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Three Lives of Tomomi Ishikawa - Community Reviews back

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Joanne
Joanne rated it 8 years ago
I admit I don't like it when books end and I'm not really sure what happened, they frustrate me. However I still found this book hard to put down. It had adventure and strange friendship and the idea of a friend leaving you a treasure hunt to follow after she dies is intriguing.
Joanne
Joanne rated it 9 years ago
I admit I don't like it when books end and I'm not really sure what happened, they frustrate me. However I still found this book hard to put down. It had adventure and strange friendship and the idea of a friend leaving you a treasure hunt to follow after she dies is intriguing.
Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog
Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog rated it 9 years ago
This book kept me up a few very late nights. It is a strange story, and I am still trying to figure out what really happened in the end. Despite this, I loved this book. To say the characters are quirky would be an understatement. The characters are odd, annoying, charming and endearing — each of th...
CherylMM
CherylMM rated it 9 years ago
This was one of those books that you remember.For the sublime quality of the actual plot. Perhaps for the quirkyness of the characters. Possibly just for the feeling you get at the end when you realize you have read something quite extraordinary.The dream of many a bookworm and author, that one book...
The Drift Of Things
The Drift Of Things rated it 9 years ago
Just plain bizarre.
A Lovely Bookshelf on the Wall
A Lovely Bookshelf on the Wall rated it 9 years ago
There's a lot of quirkiness in this book. The main character, Ben, is named after the author. At one point, Ben has this odd fixation with having "the dead on his shoes" after visiting Ground Zero. There's a non-talking, but quite communicative, imaginary cat who appears throughout. Then there's an ...
River City Reading
River City Reading rated it 9 years ago
Blogged at River City Reading:Too often, it seems, we attempt to pigeonhole books into genres rather than giving writers the freedom to create something different. While I certainly see the purpose of categorizing for the sake of recommending or finding books, I hate the thought of novels being over...
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