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The successor, Ismail Kadare
  • The successor, Ismail Kadare

The successor, Ismail Kadare

As the tension builds and rumours escalate, Kadare draws us into a nightmarish world controlled by rules no one understands, blending dream and reality to produce a mystery and a thriller that seduces and surprises up to the last page.

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Title: The successor 

Original: Pasardhësi

Category: Novel

Author: Ismail Kadare

Publisher: Conongate

Year: 2006

Pgs: 210

Weight: 0.165 kg

ISBN: 978-1-84195-887-3

This book is in English

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Did he kill himself or was he murdered?

This question slices through Ismail Kadare’s masterful psychological thriller. As the state insists that the future leader died by his own hand, the rest of the world begins to have doubts. As the tension builds and rumours escalate, Kadare draws us into a nightmarish world controlled by rules no one understands, blending dream and reality to produce a mystery and a thriller that seduces and surprises up to the last page.

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