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The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet (Random House Trade) – Trade paperback (2011)
Trade paperback, Random House Trade 2011
ISBN: 0812976363 ISBN-13: 9780812976366
One of "TIME" magazine's most influential novelists in the world presents a bold and epic novel about a rarely visited point in history--18th-century Japan--in a work as exquisitely rendered as it is irresistibly readable.One of "TIME" magazine's most influential novelists in the world presents a bold and epic novel about a rarely visited point in history--18th-century Japan--in a work as exquisitely rendered as it is irresistibly readable.Hide
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I don't have a long time to write this critique, so I'll get the point - David Mitchell is absolutely schizoid. No one can write in so many personalities, dialects, and side plots. He is absolutely amazing and, at the end, you'll swear you read and anthology or something from several authors.
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