|Submitted by J. Brouw |
(Nov 01, 2005)
To Say Nothing of the Dog is the first book ever that I started re-reading the second I had finished it. The feeling that the main character has in the beginning of the book of not quite understanding what is happening around him, is written beautifully. It was almost as if I was there myself, wondering what to do next.
The story is so divers that even after reading it three times I have the book lying next to my bed. You can just open the book randomly and read a few exiting pages which fit into the story just perfectly but are also nice to read by themselves.
I can recommend it to everyone who likes to read something differently for a change.