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Very long drawn out story. No empathetic characters. Maybe it was just to deep for me. Didn't get the metaphor.Published 1 month ago by pvgirl
since I got the book for a trip ahead of me I did not yet yet start it. By the comments of friends it seems utmostly interesting, thus a desert for me. can't wait!Published 2 months ago by Marjatta Kampf
very enjoyable reading.
It held your interest to the very end.
The love the sisters had for each other was heart warming .
Very good book, well written, and historically correct first book I read by this author and would not hesitate to read his booksPublished 2 months ago by Barbara A. Cotton
Well written historical fiction using a house as the central focus. It takes place from the '20s to the '90s in Checeslovakia. enjoyed it.Published 3 months ago by Pat Kane
This was a strange and beautiful book. The main character, essentially, was a house - unique, amazing, modern house - built in Czechoslovakia by Herr Landauer, for his new wife at... Read morePublished 4 months ago by AngeH
This is the novel I chose to take with me to Prague and environs so that I could get another dimension of what life in this central European state might have been like. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TripFiction