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Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Life and art, death and transfiguration reverberate with protean intensity in the late (1953-2003) Chilean author's final work: a mystery and quest novel of unparalleled richness.Published posthumously in a single volume, despite its author's instruction that it appear as five distinct novels, it's a symphonic envisioning of moral and societal collapse, which begins with a mordantly amusing ... Read full review

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Review: 2666 Part B (2666 #4-5)

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Very unusual book written in five parts, with different themes and characters. I enjoyed it and was surprised how the author tied it together at the end. It's very long, but I read it over several months, reading each part on its own. Read full review

Review: 2666 Part B (2666 #4-5)

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Review: 2666 Part B (2666 #4-5)

User Review  - Anthony Zupancic - Goodreads

Top 3 of all time. Read full review

Review: 2666 Part B (2666 #4-5)

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Top 3 of all time. Read full review

Review: 2666 Part B (2666 #4-5)

User Review  - Lauren Nguyen - Goodreads

My favorite Bolano book by far Read full review

Review: 2666 Part B (2666 #4-5)

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My favorite Bolano book by far Read full review

Review: 2666 Part B (2666 #4-5)

User Review  - Justin Kahler - Goodreads

I loved Savage Detectives and I really liked the first section of 2666. But as a whole I was disappointed. The end didnt have a payoff that warranted the structure of the book. I'm ultimately left thinking this book was unfinished when Belano died. Read full review

Review: 2666 Part B (2666 #4-5)

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I loved Savage Detectives and I really liked the first section of 2666. But as a whole I was disappointed. The end didnt have a payoff that warranted the structure of the book. I'm ultimately left thinking this book was unfinished when Belano died. Read full review

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User Review  - Jim Leckband - Goodreads

The most beautiful abstract painting I ever saw was when I stood three feet in front of Monet's Water Lilies in the Orangerie Museum in Paris. Getting lost in the swirls of green and blue was like ... Read full review

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