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According to Hemon, Lazarus was resurrected, raised from the grave by a prophet and part-time miracle worker called J. Christ and went on to live in Marseilles. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alfred J. Kwak
So much potential, all wasted.
A pointless, rambling "buddy road trip" novel whose worst offense is boredom, followed closely by unlikable characters and awkward... Read more
And he has a particular fondness for onomatopoeic words. He is much smarter and more accomplished than most of us who read books and struggle to write book reviews that we hope are... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chip Auger
Deftly written, wry, and striking. A fascinating read for Americans (or anyone) unfamiliar with the immigrant experience, considering travel in Southeastern Europe, or generally... Read morePublished 8 months ago by kva
Well written, but the author seemed to forget his point and leave his major character in a place unrelated to the initial goal of the plot.Published 12 months ago by Gloria Parloff
The writing was very beautiful and I did become engrossed in the story. After awhile, however, I got bored with the tro men and their road trip. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Tamara L Doak