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AMBERGRIS: CITY OF SAINTS AND MADMEN; SHRIEK: AN AFTERWORD Paperback
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It's a good way to get Shriek and Finch, so I'll give it 2 stars for that. But failing to mention that hundreds of pages were cut to make this omnibus happen is dishonest.
this amazing trilogy. And I absolutely agree with an earlier reviewer in that it made me (in some way) of Italo Calvino.
Oddly enough it was If On A Winter's Night A Traveler that occurred to me just before I thougt of Invisible Cities.
This will not be for everyone. You must be a reader. This is not summer at the beach. For me it is a work of genius to which I will return at least a few times. I read it, then something that took only two or three days to finish. I came back to this book directly afterwards. It is one of the book that I had to have in hardcover. Dive in! Enjoy!