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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Review: The Travelling Companion

The Travelling Companion The Travelling Companion by Ian Rankin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Review: THE TRAVELING COMPANION by Ian Rankin
(A Bibliophile Mystery)

An exciting novella illustrating art' s imitation of life, and the weight of the past extending into the present, THE TRAVELING COMPANION relates the story of a young man, newly graduated from the University of Edinburgh, who spends a summer in Paris before returning to commence his Ph.D. work on the author Robert Louis Stevenson. Working at a bookshop, a collector informs him of an existent manuscript of THE TRAVELING COMPANION, a lost Stevenson work. As the narrator's experiences expand, so does his latent psyche, with electrifying and disastrous consequences.

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