This is one hell of a mind-bending novel that’s more of a Rubik’s Cube than anything I’ve read in recent memory. The labyrinth on the cover couldn’t be more fitting. As masterfully complex and head-spinning as it is, I’m still scratching said spinning head from the last two pages, pages that make the 400 plus that come before it even more mind-bending. Perhaps this is due to the translation, but I have to give it up to the translator who tackled this puzzle. My review will take a while to figure out as this book lingers. Certainly recommended, but you’ll have to really commit.
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