Il nome della rosa
Publish date: October 1st 1997
Pages no: 532
Edition language: Italian
Thank God, I finally finished this book! Some of it was weird. Some of it was interminably boring. But other parts were witty, and I rather enjoyed those parts. I like the medieval Sherlock vibe, but overall I'm just glad to be done!
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