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If all this sounds a little daunting, don't be put off; Safran Foer is an extremely funny as well as intelligent writer who combines some of the best Jewish folk yarns since Isaac Bashevis Singer with a quite heartbreaking meditation on love, friendship, and loss. --Travis Elborough, Amazon.co.uk --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is a book I'll never get tired of reading. Written in a very ambitious style that is perfectly executed, it tells a story of redemption and discovery that will never leave... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Marc Joseph
This book starts out hilarious. Several people didn't like the beginning, but I was reading it in public (on a bus, by a swimming pool) and laughing out loud in several parts. Read morePublished 14 days ago by MomShops
A dazzling, inventive novel. There's no sense in offering a plot summary, other than the characters go on a journey of discovery that is at turns hilarious and gut-wrenching. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Joseph Rassenfoss
Excellent story. It reminded me of 100 years of solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Drama and humor combine in this wonderfully written tale.Published 1 month ago by Hernán korin
I found the book to be both interesting and frustrating. On the one hand, the author is able to jump around between voices and points of view and writing styles, which I found... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pleasently Surprised
Story jumps around too much, making it very hard to follow. Word choice does make it interesting, however.
I really enjoyed it & found it very interesting & thought provoking. I would highly recommend it to anyone without reservation.Published 2 months ago by Ginny Martin
I read the book through (actually listened to it, mostly) for two reasons: loved the movie, and I am from Odessa. Otherwise, I would not have bothered. Read morePublished 2 months ago by janice klinger