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Fieldwork: A Novel

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Fieldwork - An Anthropological Journal

This tale started so quietly, but Mischa Berlinski's meticulous research and intricately woven stories within stories; produced an impressive cast of characters --- and spirits that made this novel a compelling read. Berlinski's "fieldwork" is fictional and yet is so be...
This tale started so quietly, but Mischa Berlinski's meticulous research and intricately woven stories within stories; produced an impressive cast of characters --- and spirits that made this novel a compelling read. Berlinski's "fieldwork" is fictional and yet is so believable. At the heart of all this, is the struggle of an indigeneous tribe in the hinterlands of Thailand; to keep its way of life --- and their unlikely champion to preserve this way of life.

posted by Luke_Mauricio on November 25, 2008

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1 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

waste of time

I read and I read, and I read, waiting for the story of the mystery presented in the first chapter. Finally, 10 pages left to go, the mystery is explained, flat,and with very few answers. I put so much of my time into that book, and walked away having taken nothing with...
I read and I read, and I read, waiting for the story of the mystery presented in the first chapter. Finally, 10 pages left to go, the mystery is explained, flat,and with very few answers. I put so much of my time into that book, and walked away having taken nothing with me.

posted by Anonymous on May 20, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2008

    waste of time

    I read and I read, and I read, waiting for the story of the mystery presented in the first chapter. Finally, 10 pages left to go, the mystery is explained, flat,and with very few answers. I put so much of my time into that book, and walked away having taken nothing with me.

    1 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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