All the NamesBook - 1999
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In a grotesque, fascist, soulless place, an unlikely hero exerts the power of love with the sparsest of reasons. Saramago exerts a path of descriptions, so that the reader can fall in love with a stranger too, knowing just how far our powerful hearts will go to connect and maybe love. A challenging read for anyone that doesn't habitually love strangers. The fireworks have to come from inside the reader not the text.
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