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I found the characters and the events of little interest.
Theoretically, you're supposed to get to the end of the book and not be able to believe that you read right past the clues that you needed.
I think McEwan is an amazing writer, and I don't know how this book of all his novels won the Booker Prize.
I try not to judge a book by how long it takes me to read it. After all, if you're really enjoying something you may blow right through it, or take the time to savor it. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Michael Battaglia
McEwan is such an observer/recorder of people's dark sides but I find myself drawn to his books and keep buying and reading them. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Brenda A. Young
Although the end was unexpected, reading the book was a painful task. The rhythm is slow and the characters are not interesting at all: two foolish and obsessed middle-aged men.Published 1 month ago by Lucia Amado
I thought that the plot was interesting but the character development was not the best and I really could not identify with the protagonists.Published 2 months ago by Suzanne Greer
At Molly Lane's memorial service two of her former lovers Vernon and Clive meet. Molly died of some unspecified illness that slowly extinguished her life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jackie Leon
Who done it; a plot to destroy by the mysterious, not to mention dead, Molly Lane? or was it a plot from a former lover? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicholas Rega