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The Venetian Years by Giacomo Casanova
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Sep 03, 11

bookshelves: biography, autobiography, audiobook
Read from August 28 to September 03, 2011

From this book, I get the feeling that one shouldn't read Casanova hoping for erotica. When it comes to the actual deeds done, he's remarkably discreet. However, he's an excellent storyteller and this book is worth reading for the stories alone (whether or not they're "true" or this is the real version of the actual events). Cumberbatch is a fantastic reader--he captures Casanova's voice and adds a touch of sensuality to the narration, despite the redaction of specifics.
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Kalaikanthan Sundarajan you are perfectly right.. madam.

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