From Publishers Weekly
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“A major literary achievement.” (Carlos Fuentes, New York Times Book Review)
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This is a most incredible story, well narrated with so many excellent voices.
I have wanted to read of the man who, like me, chases after windmills. Read more
Bought the hardback copy. Do not buy it! Yes the actual cover is nice, is a deep purple color, but what's on the inside is what counts! Let me just tell you it it is terrible! Read morePublished 12 days ago by Kevin
I did not know when purchasing that this was a translation over 200 years old. But, of course, Don Quixote is a classic for good reason.Published 14 days ago by felicehow
I think that this is the third time that I have tried to read this book. I now live in Spain and decided that I should try again. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Bad Leg
It's always beneficial to read a classic and while I did enjoy the novel I was glad to finish. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone.Published 18 days ago by David R. Brekke
I was actually a bit disappointed. For such a lauded classic that helped shape the novel as we know it, I found it less polished than expected. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Lori
My kindle version seemed to end abruptly in the middle of chapter XLVI without a conclusion, whereas the spanish version seems to have LII chapters.Published 20 days ago by Steve