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The Seven Churches: A Gothic Novel of Prague Paperback – Jul 1 2011

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"[Milos Urban] has a fresh, intriguing style."  

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Miloš Urban lives in Prague, which is used as a setting for all his novels. Known as "the dark knight of Czech literature," he has recently translated Isaac Singer and Julian Barnes from English into Czech.

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Well researched and gave a vivid image of the history ... Aug. 30 2015
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Well researched and gave a vivid image of the history of Prague, however characterization bordered on the absurd and by the time I got to the end I really didn't care what happened to any of the characters