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A Pale View of Hills - Kazuo Ishiguro
A Pale View of Hills
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3.40 195
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780571225378 (0571225373)
Publisher: Faber and Faber
Pages no: 183
Edition language: English
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Chris Blocker
Chris Blocker rated it
3.0 Review: A Pale View of Hills
I've read two Ishiguro novels before, so I sort of knew what to expect. Though the subjects at the heart of his novel can be night and day, there seems to be a similarity in tone and in narrative voice. Expecting that, I went into A Pale View of Hills looking for the trap, hoping to spot in what way...
Ana V.
Ana V. rated it
4.0 Pale View of Hills
Review to come! P.S. : I really liked it.
nouveau rated it
3.0 Pale View of Hills
Ishiguro weak point; not terrible, certainly readable, but isn't this just Madam butterfly all over again? some Japanese girl gets her heart broken over a foreigner, a tale told time and againalthough containing effective description and taut prose, does contain the depths of Ishiguro's other work ....
Musings of a Bibliomaniac
Musings of a Bibliomaniac rated it
Ishiguro's A Pale View of the Hills, despite being his debut, is no less an emotional tale than his other better known works. It is a delicately woven tapestry of several themes, stitched together by the gift of Ishiguro's masterful but tender story-telling. Through the eyes of Etsuko, the protagon...
JulieM rated it
3.0 Pale View of Hills
3.5 stars - This book was well written and had that surreal feeling of Ishiguro's novels, but was lacking the unforgettable haunting quality of The Remains of the Day and Never Let Me Go which were both amazing books and two of my favorites. The basic story is about a woman named Etsuko who is mour...
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