Embassytown - China Mieville Reviews
Description:ISBN 033053307X / Author: China Mieville / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2012-01-05 by Pan
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China Mieville Embassytown
Pages: 400, Paperback, Pan
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Embassytown by China Mieville
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by - written on 27/11/12 (Very useful, 44 readings)
As a self-confessed fan of the science-fiction and fantasy genres, I decided to pick up Embassytown on a whim a few weeks ago - not having previously heard anything about the Author, China Mieville, but somewhat lured by the praise on the back cover from Carlos Ruiz Zafon, an author that I know and like. I must stress that I wasn't disappointed, and that the book has a lot of redeeming features, including an entertaining and imaginative story - but that it requires a certain amount of effort to read; at least initially (I will explain more later). THE PLOT Not to give too much away for those considering buying this book (and I won't try to dissuade ... Read the complete review
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