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I found that I was scanning pages more than reading them, because it was just taking way too long to get to the point.
No plot to speak of, no character development, no sense of time or place, and felt like it had been re-worked and re-re-worked way too much.
If you are all about beautiful prose and imagery and objectively written characters, you will love it and want to read it again and again.
Beautiful writing. A bit slow. If you want a "story" this is not for you. If you want a meditative, free associational experience of someone at life's end, written... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amy Ryberg
TInkers is not an easy summer read, but a weighty, strange voyage. If you're up for it, then take some time, settle yourself, and prepare to delve into very long sentences, such... Read morePublished 12 days ago by JS
Harding, a poor Marilyn Robinson manque, proves the absurdity of the Pullitzer Prize. I read this book after rereading several of Charles McCarry's espionage novels. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Peter Leavitt
I read this for a book club. Definitely a literary novel, focused more on theme and imagery, but not really my cup of tea.Published 25 days ago by Carrie
I have just finished reading this Pulitzer prize winning novel. Prior to purchase I checked out some reviews. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Sergiu Pobereznic (author)