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More Koba the Dread

well, my inability to finish Koba the Dread has allowed everyone and their brother to read it and reiew it first. Next to cover this book is Andrew Stuttaford on National Review Online.

His view:

It is a curious, compelling but more than occasionally self-indulgent work, a meditation that uneasily combines snatches of its writer’s autobiography with tales of the Soviet holocaust.

Perhaps today I can finnish the blasted thing and finally give you my take, for what it is worth.

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2 Comments

  1. Kevin, botom line, do I want to get this book? Apparently, the pay-off was not worth it for you.

  2. anyone knows good place to buy books online?

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