Friday, October 8, 2010

Customer Review - The Angel's Game

The Angel's Game
by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

In early 20th century Barcelona writer David Martin embarks on a series of writing assignments, one of which will bring him close to madness and suicide. Martin's chosen to live in a particular house, but he fears he's becoming the previous tenant, who killed himself. That, mixed with several storylines of writers and writing, books, friendship, unrequited love and the business of publishing kept me reading to the last page. Not an easy beach read, but well worth the effort. -- recommended by Barbara R. - patron of the Gere Branch Library

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