My Name is Red – lost in translation ?

22 Oct

A little bit disappointing for a Nobel Prize winner really.  Oh, yes it was well-researched, but doesn’t have a good pace necessary for a thriller, but too shallow for a drama.

Then again, probably it’s the literature’s world version of the-now-popular movie genre : crime drama.  I still itch for more fascination from a crime story, though.  My best guess would be there’s something lost in translation as I read it in English.

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My Name is Red – lost in translation ?

22 Oct

A little bit disappointing for a Nobel Prize winner really.  Oh, yes it was well-researched, but doesn’t have a good pace necessary for a thriller, but too shallow for a drama.

Then again, probably it’s the literature’s world version of the-now-popular movie genre : crime drama.  I still itch for more fascination from a crime story, though.  My best guess would be there’s something lost in translation as I read it in English.

This eBook can be downloaded here ( This is a link, I do not share any copyrighted material )

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