The Fish Can Sing

  • by Halldor Laxness
  • 1957 /246 pages
  • finished 12/28
  • rating – 9

Mostly this is a delightful book,  a wonderment,  but there are places it’s confusing and draggy, too.   At first it really didn’t seem like it was going to come together but as the characters built on top of each other and as the fantastical elements intertwined with the reality the reader becomes aware that the book is about frauds and heros and what we believe… MORE >>> 

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