I thought it would cover more ground at the outset. It's a very interesting concept that fell a little flat for me.
Beautifully written, but it did become somewhat tedious after a time. Dialogue is almost poetic, which was great if not terribly believable.
A really intriguing concept played out with a unique writing style. The characters have no names! I found this distracting at first, and wondered what it meant, and how the author would pull it off for an entire novel, but he managed it. Given some of the casual sexism in the book, I thought it must have been written way earlier than the 1990s, but it may reflect the author's Portuguese, Catholic upbringing. The pacing is great and the writing is rather philosophical at times, but it doesn't weigh down the action.
The narration was great!
Absolutely brilliant, riveting and worth reading or listening to again.
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