Book Review: Underground

Tobias Hill’s Underground is a strange book that doesn’t really go anywhere. An entertaining enough read, but nothing much happens; we flip back and forward between the Polish protagonist’s childhood and adult life; a few people get murdered in not-very-exciting ways; he meets a fairly boring girl; his father did something when he was a child but we’re not quite sure what and we don’t care. Basically, it’s quite true to life, in that it’s not actually all that remarkable, even when things that should be interesting are happening.

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