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Pianesi is a fictional novel written by Susanna Clarke. She is an award-winning British author and has quite a few successful novels to her credit. A couple of the most exciting ones from the author are The Ladies of Grace Adieu and Other Stories and Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. The latter is her debut novel for which she also won the Hug award for best novel.

Piranesi is a short novel that lasts for a 7-hour sin audio format. The narration of this novel is done by Chiwetel Ejiofor. The performance was above average and made a good listen for the audience.

In the notebooks of Piranesi, he used to make a very careful and clear record of all his wonders. It includes the thousands upon thousands of statues, the labyrinth of halls, the tides thundering up the staircases, and the clouds moving in slow procession through the halls on the upper side. On Tuesdays and Fridays, he sees his Other friend. At some other times, Piranesi used to bring food as a tribute for the dead. But, most of the time, he is all alone.

The messages in their loud and clear form started to appear and were scratched out on the pavements with chalk. There is someone new in the House. But, nobody knows that who are they and what are they looking for. Are they friends or have they brought madness and destruction with themselves just as the Other claims?

Piranesi as a whole is a good novel and something that you can entrust in your leisure literary time. The author Susanna Clarke did a decent job with the writing of this novel. Chiwetel was also good at the performance.


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