Publish date: May 9th 2013
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Book Club
, Literary Fiction
, Spy Thriller
Wow! McEvan versteht es wirklich meisterlich, ein überraschendes Finale zu gestalten. Nie wäre ich auf dieses Ende gekommen. Auch die Geschichte seines Romans Honig lässt keine Wünsche offen, eine Agentenstory aus der Zeit der Ölkrise und Streiks, aber keine Räuberpistole ala Fleming oder Harris, so...
Merry Christmas, Goodreads. With holiday carols filling the aisles of shops around the globe, I thought I would attempt that difficult but not quite impossible task of "maxing out" the Goodreads review--that is, reaching the character limit on a book review, and making, scout's honor, at most 10% bl...
** spoiler alert ** Oh, interesting. I never read books like this; I favor YA, which tend to be quick reads, familiar characters, lots of feelings and lots of passion, not a lot of introspection or self-examination, no lengthy descriptions of characters that only matter as background for the ones th...
My full review can be found here:http://samanthatule.wordpress.com/2013/09/20/book-review-sweet-tooth-by-ian-mcewan/
So I have to start out by saying that I like Ian McEwan. I've only read Solar and Atonement, but I liked both and I think one of McEwan's strengths is in his misanthropic, narcissistic main characters. I love the way he makes the reader understand and empathize with sociopaths. Unfortunately, that...
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