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Posted March 6, 2014
Form follows function in this shrewdly crafted novel told through the interwoven recollections of a protagonist suffering from dementia. However unreliable, the first-person narration comes across as more truthful than you would expect. It weaves back and forth chronologically, while it navigates through various locales, particularly the maze of Roman streets so affectionately delineated. Brenda Webster takes on the issues of loyalty, love, and human suffering with equal aplomb, making this book not merely a worthy read, but a necessary one.
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