El talento de Mr. Ripley
Publish date: January 1st 2004
Publisher: Ediciones El País
Pages no: 320
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Ripley (#1)
Tom Ripley is not a likable character though I did kind of feel sorry for him at times. What really motivates his actions? Is it his superiority complex, his contempt for others, his confused sexuality, or just boredom? The murders are particularly vicious. His ability to mimic others is uncanny. ...
**Please note that this review is LOADED with spoilers! If you plan to read this book in the future, you should! But you should NOT continue to read this review.** To Tom Ripley, being bored, being around dull people and having nothing to do are among the WORST things in existence. Of course, he n...
This is an unsettling book.Ripley is a non-entity, whiny, unimpressive. A nobody, as Marge very insightfully observes in a letter. Which makes him eerie, and by all rights not a character we should wish to root for. Yet from the middle on, I found myself anxious over the instability of his position....
I need a massage from all that tension Mr. Ripley caused in my neck! More tomorrow because it's Preacher time.
Rereading The Talented Mr. Ripley has been so much fun and it´s a book that actually improves during the second read. Knowing the basic outline of the story makes this a more satisfying read, because you can focus on all the fine nuances the story has to offer. Tom Ripley is a delightfully creepy ...
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