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The Thousand Reviews of Jacob de Zoet

The Thousand Reviews of Jacob de Zoet

Friends are looking forward to reading David Mitchell’s latest book, The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet and everyone and their mother are reviewing it…

Michiko Kakutani weighs in for the New York Times daily edition and Dave Eggers piles on for the Sunday edition. James Woods rounds out the New York trio with his review for the New Yorker and Ron Charles wraps up our tour of the East with his view from the Washington Post.

On the other side of the continent, Eric Banks checks in for the Los Angeles Times and Damion Serls opines for the San Francisco Chronicle. Bloggers include Flavorwire, John Self at The Asylum and KevinfromCanada.

Let’s not forget the book trade magazines, Kirkus Review, Booklist, and Publishers Weekly. Maureen Corrigan reviews the book for NPR, and across the pond, Alexander Linklater chimes in from The Guardian.

…and if you want more.

Kevin Neilson at Between the Lines interviews David Mitchell.

If that’s not enough, here’s an excerpt from the book.

Feeling left out? Send me YOUR review.

David Isaacson
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