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Beautifully written, engaging story, exciting, thoughtful. I want to read everything by David MitchellPublished 5 days ago by Mary Schlech
Unbelievably moving and fascinating - I still can't believe I almost passed this one up. I bought it used, and wow do I pity the person who left a bookmark at page 180 when the... Read morePublished 7 days ago by E
David Mitchell loves to write books that challenge him as a writer, and writing historical fiction about a Dutch trading post in the bay of Nagasaki certainly qualifies --... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Erik Moeller
<rave>This is an incredible book.</rave>
Now that that's taken care of, I can try to discuss this rationally. Read more
It is almost impossible to put a David Mitchell novel down. I know I will read him again and again, but I have to recover my missed hours of sleep first.Published 1 month ago by stanc
Great insights into the Dutch presence in the far east in the days before James Clavell's Shogun. Excellent story, well told.Published 2 months ago by Dennis Aron
David MItchell is one of my favorite authors; I've read Cloud Atlas, "Thousand Autumns", 'Slade House" and a couple of other novels. Read morePublished 2 months ago by K. Mulroy
This book is not for weary or impatient. It's not for anyone who doesn't appreciate taking the scenic route. But it is very, very good.Published 2 months ago by Jason Wire