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To Say Nothing of the Dog

author: Connie Willis (1998)
series: Oxford Time Travel #2
date read: 2020-02-22
pages: 512
lists: scifi
rating: β˜… β˜… β˜… β˜… β˜†

This book as good as advertised – even a bit better than that, because part of it is targeted at people who had their heart broken by Gaudy Night, which I just had two weeks ago. I’m very happy I didn’t accidentally read this one before Gaudy Night, that would’ve ruined the reading experience quite a bit.

Other than that, To Say Nothing of the Dog also very much shines on its own merits. The dry humour, the direct and indirect quotes, the impeccable research and convoluted-in-a-good-way plot only work because the characters are well built and as usual for Connie Willis everything feels real in a quietly frustrating way.


30/ To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis. As good as advertised – even a bit better, it’s in part targeted at people who had their heart broken by Gaudy Night, which I read just two weeks earlier. Dry humour, real characters and delightful banter. https://books.rixx.de/reviews/2020/to-say-nothing-of-the-dog/
30/ To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis. As good as advertised – even a bit better, it’s in part targeted at people who had their heart broken by Gaudy Night, which I read just two weeks earlier. Dry humour, real characters and delightful banter. https://books.rixx.de/reviews/2020/to-say-nothing-of-the-dog/ #rixxReads

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