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Good book, bad edition,
This review is from: Fatherland (Paperback)
I won't add anything to the reviews already here discussing the plot and themes. As with most of Robert Harris' books you know you are getting a very slick product, a tightly written Len Deighton-style thriller. I have one quibble about the binding on my copy of the paperback. Pages started falling out of mine as I was about one-third through the story, and continued to shed them thereafter. Yes, it's not expensive, but my copy was worthlessly tatty after one read and that shouldn't happen. I suspect the publisher has saved some money on cheap binding for this edition. Anyone else have this problem?