A Case Of Curiosities by Allen Kurzwell

A Case Of Curiosities

This is a book about a French inventor, Claude Page, who spends his youth with a former priest, a bookseller who sells pornography, engages in an affair with a married woman of Parisian society and is befriended by a carriage driver.

While Page has an unusual and somewhat interesting life, there was nothing that really made me enjoy this book.  I just couldn’t figure out where it was going.

2 stars (out of 5)
Published in 2001
360 pages

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