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reading akunin you learn about russia pre communism, culture, power structure, a very good plot, where you at the same learn history and the russian society dynamicsPublished 16 months ago by Carlos Wanderley
Interesting novel which includes a villain whose life parallels that of Homer' Achilles. The death thus describes the murderer and not the victim.Published 18 months ago by Patricia Sebastian
I liked this book a lot. But then, I'm a fan of Fandorin. For anyone who hasn't ever read any of the Boris Akunin books, now is the time to start. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Naseberry
This is a particularly distinct Erast novel. Of note is the unusual story construction. Erast gets involved in the investigation of the death of a famous general which forms the... Read morePublished on May 16, 2013 by Lee Hanley
I really enjoy books by this author, they are absolute page turners. And a very good translation, hat off to Andrew BromfieldPublished on February 28, 2013 by Anna
Fandorin, the detective, is no Sherlock Holmes, as book jackets and readers often brand him. Where Holmes uses real, organic, logic and deduction, Fandorin only pretends to. Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by zorba
It arrived on time for the Holidays and it was in great quility and packaged well.
I dont know what else to say so best wishes for the New Year!