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Language:Chinese.Paperback. Pub Date :2007-9-1 Pages: 295 Publisher: Penguin Survivor. genius. perfumer. killer: this is Jean-Baptiste Grenouille He is abandoned on the filthy streets as a child. but grows up to discover he has an. extraordinary gift: a sense of smell more powerful than any other human's Soon. he is creating the most sublime fragrances in Paris Yet there is one odour he cannot capture It is exquisite. magical:... the scent of a young virgin. And to get it he must kill. And kill. And kill ...
It's an amazing book, with a plot and a well-structured thriller . It's amazing from start to finish . With an unexpected ending . Very interesting. I recommend it.Published 4 months ago by NYManhattan
I really enjoyed the description of the scents. They really came alive for me. The translation was very well done. Now I will look forward to see if the movie can compare.Published 6 months ago by renee bellavance
Although a work of literature, this novel transcends not only its genre, but its very form. PERFUME operates as a multi-sensory experience: you smell it, taste it, grow horrified... Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2011 by Tintin
A tick is an arachnid which has eight legs and not six like Patrick Suskind described in the book. It is just a minor detail that has been annoying me every since I read the book.Published on Oct. 20 2010 by Monsieur Pie-pie
Once I picked up this book I could not put it down. It's dark, absurd, unique, beautiful and disturbing all at once. I loved every bit of it.Published on Nov. 24 2007 by Doobwa
Absolutly the worst most painful thing I have ever read. Having recieved it as a gift.I read it to the end Awaiting somthing redeeming in this miserable contrived tale to arise but... Read morePublished on Feb. 27 2007 by marlow
I'm a sucker for good endings and this book had one of the most absurd and glorious endings I have ever seen. Read morePublished on Aug. 20 2005 by James Nakagawa