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Or more accurately with all reviews of books by Komuda. And not only this book, I mean every single one that I have read so far! And I am done with nine already, trying to lay my hands on more. That is simply unbelievable. Think of Pilipiuk for a I should repeat what I have wrote in my previous review: I admit I had a really hard time with this review. Think of Pilipiuk for a second, he will write a good book and then follow it up with a couple of really rubbish ones.
Komuda on the other hand works like a clockwork, spot on every single time! That is seriously amazing, and it works both for the single book stories, short stories, and the epic four-volume story of the Moscow adventure. Let me start with the author, he is a historian, he knows his area of expertise, you can feel it.
You know it immediately as he starts throwing details of the world he is writing about in your face. You just instinctively feel that he must have done a proper job at reading and studying and researching this time period.
He is also helpful and in his is books you will find a detail, often funny, explanation of things that may not be clear at first. Be it weapons, architecture of the XVII century, law, anything really. But the important part of it is that he can actually use his extensive knowledge with a clear purpose in mind.
He does not want just to show off, he uses it wisely to create a credible, real to the bone, picture of that times. Its raw, true, often cruel, sometimes beautiful.
As far as the language goes I am charmed. How often do you get this feeling that every single word is right where it should be? Again you just get that sense that he carefully planned every single sentence, and you develop respect for his work.
This is proper writing. There is only one thing for it. I strongly recommend that you read these books.
I really do mean it. If Henryk Sienkiewicz was writing in 21th century, he would be writing like Jacek Komuda. No other writer can produce a novel with such a pietism for details and engagement about Poland of gentry and nobility in 17th century.
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