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Richard Richter is a writer in living in Vienna.

It’s the “how” it was revealed that made it great. Solid, psychological novel This was a good, solid look into the psychological and emotional look into the way war and tragedies can have an effect on humans.

Roman objavljen u desetak evropskih zemalja. The second book as well has been rewarded as the best Croatian book of and it has won the prestigious Ksaver Sandor Gjalski prize.

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I experienced the guy to be vague whenever he said something political or philosophical though he was reputed to be a great commentator. Stkks final third of the book as well as the epilogue earned the four stars I gave it. Yet, the story is not sad, it simply feels inevitable, and thus, one walks away with more satisfaction from having learned elimahova the details than with sadness for all which has transpired.


I’m a word geek, a metaphor lover, even when the plot plods. The idea of “the original lie” was intriguing. To ask other readers questions about Elijahova stolicaplease sign up.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Trivia About The Judgment of R His fiction, literary criticism and essays have appeared widely in journals and reviews of the former Yugoslavia. While the writing does have a certain elegance, it seems pretty self-indulgent.

Interesting, a bit weird, not too obvious but just enough to make me guess the “thing” before it was actually revealed. My only complaint is that there’s a bit too much foreshadowing in places. While the story is interesting in its mystery and occasional plot twists, the narrative is sometimes slow and plodding, failing to achieve the suspense that it could have delivered.

Gripping look at war, and the effects on the people involved.

I figured the twist in the story as soon as the main character arrives in the war zone. I liked the book’s call for humanity and civic engagement – a An unusual book connecting the fate of people in Austria during WWII with the ‘s war in the former Yugoslavia.

A Greek tragedy in modern garb. Unusual twists and lots of irony. The book is not graphic in its depictions of any potentially triggering scene, but the sheer length and depth of discussion around particularly view spoiler [incest hide spoiler ] could potentially be as triggering.


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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I was tempted to give up on igoor book, but I knew it had won awards so I continued on. That said, the last 3rd of the book held my attention and ended up liking the novel.

Then I was torn as to whether I think it’s good enough to recommend to my book club.

Author Richard Richter was an orphan by the age of four and was raised by his aunt. It also came across as being quite melodramatic. The writing is pretty, so that makes it tolerable, but not worth the time.

Full of despair and unhappiness, but it was a worthwhile read. My Judgment I did not enjoy reading this book. Lost and found in translation I almost stopped reading this book many times in the first half as the compound comp! A successful 50 year old Austrian writer discovers a notebook hidden behind a bookcase in his aunt’s house. I did not mind that the book was long and that there was not much in the way of plot.