2666, Part 3: The Part About Fate by Roberto Bolaño
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Bolano is a magician in his prose. He gives you a presence of the things beneath the curtain but never truly giving you a view, so you plod along in order to get a glimpse of the solution to the mystery. And in the end you see enough but not too much that you continue to explore the tragical world of Juarez Mexico.
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