Book Review: Ghostwritten

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I first heard of David Mitchell in high school from my AP Literature teacher, who recommended Cloud Atlas (Which is pretty high on my all-time favorite books list). I generally liked it, but I quickly forgot that the book even existed. It was only when it was made into a film in 2012 and I got around to rereading the book that I realized that I really enjoyed Mitchell’s style of writing. It then occurred to me that he might have written other books and, oh, maybe I should try reading them. I’m not sure why it took me so long, but I am so glad I did.

Ghostwritten by David Mitchell Ghostwritten by David Mitchell

If you’ve ever read Cloud Atlas or seen the movie, then you know that Mitchell excels at weaving together seemingly disparate stories across different time periods to reveal a great truth. In the case of Cloud Atlas, one theme…

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