A Game for the Living: A Virago Modern Classic (Virago Modern Classics)
Publish date: 2016-01-21
Publisher: Virago Press Ltd
Edition language: English
As much as I love Patricia Highsmith, this novel wasn´t good and I fail to see what this story was supposed to tell me. The murder mystery was boring, the characters felt oddly out of place and I wasn´t at all interested in the main characters discussions about religion and sin. The whole book is ...
"Theodore thought he was as happy as anyone logically could be in an age when atomic bombs and annihilation hung over everybody's head, though the world 'logically' troubled him in this context. Could one be logically happy?" I don't know, but I do know that this A Game for the Living certainly di...
This was a buddy read with BrokenTune and Lillelara. Lelia is murdered. And no one really seems to care. Except Ramon, but all he seems to want to do is confess whether he did it or not. And that seems to stem mostly from his religious views and mild brain damage from a heavy beating he received...
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