Letzte Nacht in Twisted River
Publish date: June 20th 2010
Pages no: 736
Edition language: Deutsch
Don’t let the fact that the first chapter of John Irving’s twelfth novel is focused almost entirely upon a logging accident in the New England town of Twisted River deter you from picking up this phenomenal book. As an Irving fan, I’m familiar with his work but never before have I been as completely...
This is such an odd story, and I have absolutely no idea how to review this. I must apologize to you, the reader, if you are reading this in the hope of finding out if you should read or not read this book.. Because honestly, I don’t know what to tell you.. I’ll just wing it from here on out.. Pleas...
First sentence: "The young Canadian, who could not have been more than fifteen, had hesitated too long."P. 99: "For someone who left school when he was younger than Danny, Ketchum read the books he borrowed with a determination bordering on lunacy."Last sentence: "He felt that the great adventure of...
got this for christmas
This is a tale of tragedy, loss, love and friendship. John Irving has a knack for making the outlandish and the horrific, the extraordinary and the traumatic, seem mundane. Even the most awful moments are reduced to a matter of fact ordinariness. I thought that the characters in Last Night At Twiste...
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