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This is a good book: not something you have to race to end to find out what happened.
A unusual style and a great multi-level story, as if the dense intricate beautiful tile-work of the Ottomans became literature.
This novel is very unique in that the story is told from the point of view of many characters.
Exemplary service. The audio discs arrived two weeks ahead of schedule. Extremely well read.Published 26 days ago by English Major
Great read, especially after travelling through Turkey. It all makes sense!Published 1 month ago by Rob Young
The level of details in each chapter makes one wonder if the author indeed has a time travel machine to visit Istanbul's 16th century. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gabriel Coutinho Rudge Barbosa
Although Orhan Pamuk is a well known Turkish writer I couldn't finish this book. It just didn't agree with me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mara Sterio
A fascinating, passionate story, beautifully written, as always, by Pamuk. Of special interest for artists.Published 3 months ago by Rachel Chodorov