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Der Besucher - Sarah Waters
Der Besucher
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2.67 15
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783404167678 (3404167678)
ASIN: 3404167678
Publisher: Bastei Lübbe
Pages no: 576
Edition language: Deutsch
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Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it
4.0 Strong 3.5 Star Read, Rounded to 4 (The Little Stranger)
I try not to do half stars since I post on Booklikes and Goodreads and Goodreads still doesn't have half stars for rating purposes. This was a strong 3.5 star read. I don't see me rereading this in the future and I had some problems with the book as a whole. However, I like this book has tired back ...
meeplemaiden
meeplemaiden rated it
Doctor Faraday is a physician called out to a patient in an old run-down Georgian house in the summer of 1947. The patient is a young servant girl with a wild imagination. The family is from another world, a world of glamour and money and condescension, a world which disappeared with WWII but the fa...
Lillelara
Lillelara rated it
3.0 The Little Stranger
The Little Stranger is an atmospheric read and has a nice gothic feel to it. And I really liked the way how Sarah Waters describes the dilapidated house, Hundreds Hall. The house feels like a sinister character of its own. But I had some issues with this book: 1. The book is too long and the story...
The Primroses Were Over
The Primroses Were Over rated it
3.0 The Little Stranger
This was a very slow-burn type of novel. It definitely managed horror, at least in atmosphere, but the ending was not quite what I expected. I had rather hoped for something more "traditional" for this genre, although I didn't dislike it once I had thought about it for a bit. In terms of explai...
The English Student
The English Student rated it
3.0 The Little Stranger - Sarah Waters
The Little Stranger is a story of Hundreds Hall. A crumbling mansion in rural Warwickshire, Hundreds in 1946 is home to the Ayres family, a faded shadow of an ancient aristocracy. Narrated by an outsider, Dr Faraday (yes, really), the novel is a sort of modern reworking of those heavily atmospheric ...
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