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  • Dominic Smith(Author)
  • Washington Square Press Jan-09-2007 (2007)
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  • By Saul R on July 16, 2016

    I know that this book is apparently loved by some readers, but to me it seemed confused, slow, and bizarre. I quit reading it. After loving The Last Painting of Sara de Vos, I was very disappointed

  • By rylisa on February 26, 2017

    I liked this book a lot. At times it might have been a little confusing with the characters. But I liked the historical storyline and characters

  • By bookgirl on January 29, 2018

    Mr. Smith's aesthetic use of language is stunning! The "poetry" of the prose allowed me to experience those "mercury visions" and be drawn in to the lives of the characters. The latter part of the book is especially beautiful. As a former English teacher (AP Language and Comp.), I appreciated his acknowledgement of his high school teachers and college professor.

  • By Angela G on July 10, 2016

    Well written, skillful, interesting. I begin to get used to the style of this writer. Personally, by the subject, I guess , I prefer though The Last Painting of Sara Vos: a Novel.

  • By G Teri on April 26, 2017

    I only dog ear pages I can't live without reading again, at will. Maybe just a line or two. I took a break now and again to ponder the beauty of the prose. Only part way through. I love this book!I read The Last Painting of Sara DeVos, too. ❤️

  • By Jak C. Wonderly on May 8, 2014

    I loved the detail and historical details, and as a photographer, I enjoyed - was perhaps even amazed by - the author's insights into photography. I thought the setup of the plot did not match the flow of the book though, and it was far from a happy journey. Talented writer, wish him luck on his next book.

  • By Daniel Muhs on September 15, 2016

    It took a bit to get into this book but hang in there…it is well worth it. Out of all of Dominic Smith's books ( I've read them all) this is my favorite. I love the era, the location and the rich characters. I found myself so moved by this book I was teary.

  • By #1Teacher on May 17, 2016

    This is my new favorite writer. I have been searching for a smart novel that involves critical thinking and this is it. I plan to read all of his other works as well. Lyrical journey--what a gift to all of us. I hope he publishes more soon as I have already finished two if his novels in the past two weeks. I highly recommend this novel.


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