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And Then You Die by Michael Dibdin
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Jul 17, 2011

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Read from July 17 to 18, 2011

OK this was a tricky one - I stumbled across the title in the charity shop and thought - why not give it a go. A friend raved about the Zen series and in the past a number of people have asked for Dibdin's work so here i was going it a go.
The book itself is very atmospheric for Italian life and society and the writing itself is easy to read and accessible but this is almost a missing section of the previous book. There are events and characters which are if not vital they are certainly referred to from one end of the book to the other that you just feel you have missed the majority of the story. I will say this for the book though rather than giving away the previous titles and making it harder to read them it has in fact encouraged me to go and read them- something a series does not often do.

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