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A Home at the End of the World (Audio) - Community Reviews back

by Michael Cunningham
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Lenaribka
Lenaribka rated it 5 years ago
Directly after I've finished the book:THAT, my friends, is an excellent example of a literary fiction. And it is not easy to rate the books of the genre. They could be everything - from 2 to 5 stars. Well, I have to decide between 4 or 5 in this specific case, but it won't be easier to write a revie...
Mammarella
Mammarella rated it 6 years ago
Not really a review. This book was picked for me in a challenge. I began to read, got about 15% in, but didn't finish - too many things started happening all at once, GRamazon one of them (what a waste of time, but it totally sucked me in) However I did find time to watch a movie based on the book. ...
Mammarella
Mammarella rated it 6 years ago
Not really a review. This book was picked for me in a challenge. I began to read, got about 15% in, but didn't finish - too many things started happening all at once, GRamazon one of them (what a waste of time, but it totally sucked me in) However I did find time to watch a movie based on the book. ...
Buried In Print
Buried In Print rated it 9 years ago
Like The Hours, this has some incredibly beautiful, amazingly poignant, and overwhelming sad bits. At first I wondered if I would get the various narrators' voices muddled (especially Bobby and Jonathan), but they quickly developed as separate entities in my reader's mind and I did not find myself w...
Lavinia
Lavinia rated it 14 years ago
I love New York stories, I love the '80s. The plot is captivating, and for someone coming from Eastern Europe, such a story taking place while they grew up, - in a different part of the world, of course - seems pretty unbelievable.
debnance
debnance rated it 17 years ago
Cunningham uses many of thesame themes and elements inA Home at the End of the Worldhe would later reusein The Hours including mom-son relationships, gay relationships,the lost feeling in modern life,death, and the joy of living inthe moment.
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