The Woman Who Died a Lot
Oct 24, 2012
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Publication date: 10/2/2012
This is the 7th novel in the series so I'm assuming that it has a nice literary following for the story. I say this only because when you read the book description, the story doesn't really seem to make a lick of sense. It's really out there in terms of "plot". The author has been compared to Douglas Adam and I will agree with that.
This is a story about the book police and for bibliophiles it's a fun read about a woman who lives in literature and has her plot being re-written all the time. I will say that for all it's zany plot patterns, it is written in a surprisingly direct and sensible manner. The story might not make much sense, but it's not hard to read.
I book to read for the "literary insider" laughs.
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