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Death Is a Lonely Business by Ray Bradbury
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Feb 12, 08

bookshelves: angelino-stuff
Recommended for: same as I'd recommend for <i>Graveyard</i>
Read in January, 2007

In some ways I liked this one better for having more Constance and Crumley in it, and of course, for being set in my beloved Venice. I'm glad that I read these books before I went on my pilgrimage. The lead character really reminds me of Aaron, too.

One thing, though – I tried to read the third book in the series, and it was phenomenally awful. Bradbury wrote it 20 years later, and couldn't remember any pertinent plot points. All the characters have the wrong nicknames, live in the wrong houses, and work in the wrong places. I don't want to think that Bradbury got senile, but no writer should take that much time off before writing a sequel, especially if he hasn't gone back and read his own books again.

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