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I almost stopped reading the book, several times. It really is only getting the three stars for the ending. The beginning was rubish. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by L. J. Rinaldi
Fabulous children's tale that manages to be suitable for adults as well. Recommended.Published 4 days ago by CascaGreen
My first book by China Mieville was Perdido Street Station. After a grand adventure like that I couldn't resist reading more of his work. UN Lun Dun is another great one by him. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lephiro
Excellent imagery and characterizations. It could have been divided into two or three books, however... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary
China Miéville's urban fantasy, on the surface, seems to have a lot of roots in Gaiman's Neverwhere, but as you progress through the novel, you soon realize that Un Lun Dun... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patrick McDonald
Ever felt that life was a bit, well, boring? If so, then welcome to Un Lun Dun(A.K.A Unlondon), where there are clothes made of books, carnivorous giraffes roam the city, and the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Student
BORING NO ACTION..lame needs excitement very lame. And the other side of my life is a black man's pumpkin. Gosh geezPublished 5 months ago by pokemonpoker
Fun and quirky, may be a YA offering, but still fun for an adult read.Published 7 months ago by Paul Bentz
At first I was going to skip this one as it was listed as for young readers. I am glad I did not, however. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ken Sodemann