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I Am Radar: A Novel - Community Reviews back

by Reif Larsen
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Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 4 years ago
During a big black out Radar is born, an ebony skinned baby, to his white parents. His mother's search for an explanation (and possibly a cure) brings them to Norway to a rather peculiar set of artists, physicists and puppeteers. I don't know where to start. This was definitely different from what...
Maven Books
Maven Books rated it 4 years ago
It's very difficult to approach reviewing this book, because there is just so much to it, stretching to nearly 650 pages. There were certainly aspects of it that I liked. It has a unique premise and beginning, and some of the writing is really wonderful, at least in the more descriptive parts of ...
There Are Inkspots On My Page!
There Are Inkspots On My Page! rated it 5 years ago
You can find this, and other reviews, on my blog. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Even now, a couple of weeks after finishing it, I’m still not quite sure what to make of this book. I spent equal amounts of time enjoying it, being confused by it and wondering when on...
Steeped in Science, Submersed in Story
I got this from Penguin's First to Read program. Larsen's telling of the early life of Radar Radmanovic is part historical fiction, part science fiction, and it's beautiful, intricate, and messy. It centers on the performance artistry of a small troupe based in northern Norway, nearly at the Russi...
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