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Enjoyed the book immensely. Surprising twists, exciting, history, melancholy. So Pamuk. I look forward to seeing the actual Museum of Innocence while in Istanbul. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Raymond L Herbst
This book captures something very weird so very beautifully. Although the story and the details can be summed up in a few pages, Mr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by T. Siddiqi
Read the last page on the day I visited the Museum of Innocence in Istanbul. Incredible to see the book come alive.Published 3 months ago by Lily
Infuriating and frustrating and oddly compelling at times. I wondered if author knew what a destructive, narcissistic character he was creating in the guise of devoted and loving... Read morePublished 6 months ago by J.M.C.
The novel was required reading for a master's course. I was interested through the first 2/3 of the novel, but it eventually lost my interest.Published 6 months ago by Britt
In his slowly unravelling style, dressed with lots of detail, the story of his tragic obsessive love affair develops. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S.Dickinson
You replicate the narrator's obsession in being unable to leave off reading his very long tale of his unshakeable, undying and joyously obsessive love for a woman.Published 7 months ago by EnglishProf
There has to be a ‘wordy’ way to ‘explain’ something like The Museum of Innocence. Then again, ‘wordy’ and ‘explanation’ don’t seem to fit here on Amazon. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Matko Vladanovic