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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Titulli: The successor

Origjinali: Pasardhësi

Gjinia: Roman

Autori: Ismail Kadare

Shtëpia botuese: Conongate

Viti: 2006

Fq. 210

Pesha: 0.165 kg

ISBN: 978-1-84195-887-3

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