Sebald's first novel is a warmup for those to follow, which are perhaps the best novels of the second half of the 20th century.
It's not that Sebald does not write competently or well, but for me it has nothing that lifts it beyond that. There are countless competent writers out there with, more or less, something to say, and this book is barely distinguishable from a million others. Perhaps I had higher expectations than I ought to have had.
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