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And it works equally well as a vehicle for Camilleri to further develop the Montalbano character: And as the novel progresses Montalbano recapitulates the highs and lows experience This was damilleri better than the previous two books in the series which were, frankly, unworthy of Camilleri and the Montalbano character.
I know first hand!
He’s still with long-time girlfriend Livia, and as the story opens, she is at Marinella with him for a few days. Digging deep, there is a thin but not-too-bad plot, ultimately a tale of revenge. I hope 18 is better.
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In he returned to the Academy of Dramatic Arts, holding the chair of Movie Direction, and occupying it for 20 years. I could picture some of the places Camilleri described, perhaps because I’ve been to Sicily, although none of the places mentioned, except Palermo. What can we do?
Purely to amuse us, I think. And then there’s this: At 58, Montalbano is feeling his age.
All in all a disappointing read. About 10 million copies of his novels have been sold to date, and are becoming increasingly popular in the UK and North America. Angelica’s Smile is the seventeenth in the series that remains strong and original addressing crime in modern day Sicily.
I’ve now run out of the Inspector Montalbano books loaned by my good friend John.
Il sorriso di Angelica by Andrea Camilleri
It took me 17 books to realise that dear old Inspector Montalbano is simply a bit of a filthy old man who enjoys salivating over pretty young things who would never be interested in him if it wasn’t for his position of power. Inspector Salvo Montalbano is absolutely wonderful and so very Italian. The actual book is much the same as all the others: I found myself skipping the sentences. We learn in this book that the main character, Angelica, keeps a love nest let’s say for just such individuals in rural Sicily as opposed to say, Rome or Florence.
The Montalabano series is an evocative story of Sicily and its tortured past and present and Camilleri is the narrator who brings this to life. I will continue to read them. Sufficient to take you out of your own reality and into a world where you taste the food and feel the chill of the sea as the Inspector dives into the water. Questa volta Camilleri mi ha deluso I listened more our of sense of ‘duty’ to complete the series rather than of enjoyment or engagement.
Il sorriso di Angelica
Jun 13, Georgiana rated it liked it. What I felt it lacked, was that little something that would allow the story to take off and carry you with it. He received an honorary degree from University of Pisa in Vamos, que es lo de siempre Don’t let your eyes wander to women who by all rights would not be interested in you if it wasn’t for the fact you’re an Inspector.
Angelica’s Smile is a contemporary crime novel that reads like a classic.
But in the end, of course, he does. There is none of the violence that one would normally associate with Sicily and their families who usually only ever remain nothing more than footnotes in the series.
Where we differ is clearer for others to see; I admit that he is more desirable to women, but in my defense he is Italian. Not sure if it is a help or a hindrance to have seen the tv adaptation of this book.
In the absence of any other suggestion, regrettably mine was adopted. Dec 11, Vasilis Kalandaridis rated it really liked it.
I enjoyed this last one as much as the others. Another good read in this series This was a lot of fun to aangelica. What I realized in reading is how very annoying and distracting it is to me as a reader when an author uses spelling to indicate an accent. From to Camilleri studied stage and film direction at the Silvio D’Amico Academy of Dramatic Arts, and began to take on work camillleri a director and screenwriter, directing especially plays by Pirandello and Beckett.