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1 gennaio 1988
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The novel is written in a fresh style that makes this book a pure pleasure to read. It’s nice to go back to the ‘old’ model of supernatural fiction — where humans aren’t supposed to know about vampires, and vampires aren’t out in the open, and its dangerous for humans to find out about these secret underworlds. Lawson is a Fixer, or someone who has to maintain the human and vampire balance, ensuring that humans don’t find out about vamps. Overall, a good novel if you enjoy vampire PI series like the Vicky Nelson books by Tanya Huff, or P.N. Elrod's books, and I would say Inspector Chen, as well.
This was a book with a very interesting and compelling story. It was a little graphic for my taste in a few places (descriptions of both sexual things and gory details) but it was a wonderful story and I am eagerly anxious to see the movie.
I LOVE this book!! It is so great and cute and clever!
Ever yearn for an occurrence in your brain characterized essentially by the uniting of the subject and object? Samadhi? Visions of God? Want to step outside the myth of dialectics? Bound too fastly to your inherited metaphysics? Well this is the place to start. I'm working on it.
I think this is my second favorite from this series. I loved the idea that a kid/reader keeps the characters alive/happy as long as he reads them.
While I did enjoy this fifth in the series, it was not as much fun as the ones previously. In the past I was incredibly impressed by the originality and innovation of Fforde's ideas about the BookWorld, but since this installment was set mainly in the real world, we did not get to see as much of this. I also found the "villain" of the book to be less compelling than in the past. However, all of the inclusion of time travel was great fun, mind-boggling though it is, and I am glad I read it.
this book will get you right between the eyes, so be sure you can have both of em open when you start this one - I read it all the way til the end, but I am a sap for the whole magic and history rolled into fiction.