Death with Interruptions

Death with Interruptions - José Saramago, Margaret Jull Costa that was a damned good idea for a dystopian book that i haven't seen anywhere so far: death stops coming. what do you do?

panic, for sure. thinking about what would happen in real life if this really was the case, i realized that i didn't need to. saramago writes a very weird prose, but he's extremely realistic with his conclusions and delivers in all the right places.

for the dialogue part - i finally got used to his kind. i still miss the en-dashes, but i've come to appreciate his compact style, as it gives more depth and forces the reader to pay attention at all times.