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A Conspiracy of Paper by David Liss
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Mar 18, 09

Recommended to Kristine by: Book club
Recommended for: No one
Read in April, 2007, read count: 1

In one word, disappointing. The book itself, I feel was well-written, but this was such a disappointment as a mystery. Not only did it not keep me interested, but the ending left everything to be desired. I think what upset me the most is that the character that I believed to be the villian at the beginning of the novel turned out to be the villian at the end of the novel......trust me, I'm not that bright. However, if this book is viewed as Historical Fiction, then I would give it a much higher rating. Again, I felt the story was well-written, and I enjoyed the main character/protagonist, until the very end, when I thought he was much more principled than what his actions turned out to be. I don't think I would recommend this book to anyone. I found it interesting that the author added at the end that this novel was based on true events.
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