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Critics had turned me away from Pamuk after his Nobel award, I picked up Snow in order to have some understanding of what is going on in Turkey. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Was good until 1/2 way through, and then.... I just couldn't keep going. The rest seemed repetitive and unnecessary for something that had started off so engaging and which had... Read morePublished 3 days ago by A. D.
Excellent story. Gives a lot of insight into life in Afghanistan.Published 10 days ago by Bonnie1204
This is a very interesting novel that takes place in Turkey about 20 years ago so it is very timely in regards to what is happening politically in the world today, even with a coup... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Nolan
"Snow" is a well written novel, but to be honest it just doesn't draw e reader in. The plot is complex but at the same time so detached from real life that for a long time... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hanna
Slow going even for a historian. A poet might like it better. I stopped, at least for now, halfway through, which I rarely do.Published 1 month ago by Art O'Conicle
fascinating novel of human complexities written in beautiful gliding prose. Loved the book, author excellent always.Published 2 months ago by prosestylelover
I am posting my Audible review of the audiobook by John Lee for those curious about how Orhan Pamuk's book comes across in 20 hours.... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John L Murphy