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Bleak, brutal, hallucinatory and very, very odd,
This review is from: To the White Sea (Delta World War II Library) (Paperback)
I read this book about a year ago and, well, it just hasn't gone away. As that man Nabokov (well, Humbert Humbert) put it, "You can always count on a murderer for a fancy prose style", and To The White Sea is both coldly beautifully and beautifully chilling. By the end it has even taken off into the realms of the surreal. You know the way some novels just stay with you... this one refuses to leave. which is quite scary when you think about it.