Review: The Aquatic Labyrinth

The Aquatic Labyrinth
The Aquatic Labyrinth by Alastair Fontana
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Aquatic Labyrinth is the story of Jacopo, a man wrongly suspected of murder in the fourteenth century, and his adventures following that ill-fated event. This was a very fast read because the story is so mesmerizing, with many masterful plot twists. The prose flows lyrically and poetically, with historic details of Venice sprinkled throughout. I found The Aquatic Labyrinth to be a fascinating novel, and I await Mr. Fontana’s future work with anticipation.

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