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It is full of interesting characters and the way the story is woven together was very well done.
This was the experience I had with People of the Book, a unique story, so well researched and detailed and so beautifully written, every page is fascinating.
I think the mark of a good book is that when you finish reading it, you can't get it out of your mind.
I bought this for my sister after listening to the audio book and enjoying it a lot.Published 10 days ago by S. Dietrich
Not exactly riveting but very thought provoking. Are we destined to always be so inhumane to each other?
Not angels and demons, but more historically interesting
Excellent read, very enlightening and thought provoking with regard to the treatment of different cultures throughout the centuries. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Bel
Let's start from chapter one: Hanna is described at 30 years old, and as having worked many times on rare, beautiful things, and having flown halfway around the world and developed... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Highstream
This is a fun novel blending imagination and history. I gained new perspectives about life in the times and places described. Read morePublished 20 days ago by srduggins
This book is mainly narrated by Hannah. She holds a PhD and is an expert in analyzing illuminated manuscripts. It is a fascinating account of how one ancient book was created. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Ruth Wiens
Hanna Heath works in book conservation and has been called upon (improbably, since she is fairly young compared to the eminences in her field) to fly to war-torn Bosnia just at the... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Eva Melusine Thieme
I savoured this book. Interesting, informative and special. Reflecting the hearbreaking