Harry Radcliffe is a brilliant prize-winning architect - witty and remarkable. He's also a self-serving opportunist, ready to take advantage of whatever situations, and women, come his way. But now, newly divorced and having had an inexplicable nervous breakdown, Harry is being wooed by the extremely wealthy Sultan of Saru to design a billion-dollar dog museum.
In Saru, he finds himself in a world even madder and more unreal than the one he left behind, and as his obsession grows, the powers of magic weave around him, and the implications of his strange undertaking grow more ominous and astounding...
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- Eric Murphy
Great characters, good storyline, abrupt ending.
I love Carroll, but this book feels incomplete when finished. I literally said out loud, "what?" when I figured out there would be no more. If someone were to say, 'Hey which Jonathan Carroll book should I read, this wouldn't rank. He has beautiful descriptions and characters you love and loath and the same time. This book is worth a credit, and worth a listen, but its not his best.