"Some clever turns and echoes of Mann's Magic Mountain, but in the end, Pilgrim's many lives make him hard to know, and his nemesis Jung, for all his ambition, seems more inclined to chase skirts than such truth as might exist in the puzzle his patient embodies. (Author tour)"
Findley's penchant for busy plotting is as evident here as in his earlier work (The Piano Man's Daughter, 1996, etc.).
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