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The story goes into great detail to describe scenes, which make the book so real and so beautiful.
On that front, I can only say this is a book I cannot imagine anyone not falling in love with and that, my friends, is the rarest book of all.
The book was long, but you end up getting lost in the plot and very involved in the main characters life.
Parts moved quickly and kept interest but other areas just way to slow and I almost quit reading it.Published 21 days ago by Barbara Mulich
Amazing book. However, the reason i'm writing this review is to let everyone know that the digital edition (kindle) has the most typos I have ever seen, literally.Published 1 month ago by Ian Hunt
Told as the story of young Alessandro, a youth of privilege, raised in a rural atmosphere, schooled in the Cassics, who enlisted in the Army, days after submitting his doctoral... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert Rasmussen
I'm submitting a review of a book that I read many years ago (it was originally published in the early '90s) not to discuss its intricate plot but to praise its impact on memory. Read morePublished 1 month ago by F. B. Jeffery
Couldn't put it down, beautifully written,
Laughed out loud on so many metaphors
Love this writer's command of language. I am a writer and strive toward this type of storytelling. Kudos. Salute.Published 1 month ago by eyelikewords
Beautiful writing and moving account of the chaos of war and especially WWI.Published 1 month ago by J. Porter
I love the writing of Mark Helprin. A soldier of the great war and winter's tale are my very favorite books ever!Published 2 months ago by METoland