The Brief History of the Dead

(Thorndike Reviewers' Choice)

Average vote of 45
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The book was interesting but the ending was horrible. it left too many open ends. it let me down.

I usually disagree with the axiom "Show, don't tell", but this book proves it's an important consideration.

Gail Paris
Wrote 10/7/08
Slow start but good read...great mix between the "nether world" and the end of the world..
"i know what you meant, honey, but i cant give you an answer. i don't think anybody could.'what are we doing here?' for that matter, what were we doing there? why were we ever anywhere at all? i think the only thing we can do is stop asking impossibl...Continua
Wrote 11/7/07
My thoughts
I enjoyed this bittersweet book about memory, family, friends, life and death and how just knowing people - even from a distance - makes a difference. I also liked the alternating chapters between the events in the City and Laura Byrd's struggles in...Continua

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