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Cunningham's latest novel is truly a work of art as much as it is a work of great modern literature.
I felt that the only interesting character was the dying gallery owner, but her part in the story didn't amount to much.
For those of you who loved The Hours and think that's why you might like to read this one, start it with an open mind.
Well written and sends you searching for references to obscure artists, designers and historical facts although it's a little heavily weighted toward the NYC elite literati. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Donna J. Parkinson
Amazing this made the NY Times best seller list. I didn't like it and found it a waste of time. Dark and unappealing.Published 2 months ago by C. Royal
This was my book club's choice, largely on the basis of the author's reputation. None of us liked it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nairn1
After reading the compelling House at the end of the world, I expected the same deep character construction. Unfortunately didn't find it.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Michael Cunningham became my favorite contemporary author with The Hours; it remains my favorite novel of all time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sandra Phipps
This book is beautifully written. It provides vivid imagery and a painful insight to the ordinary lives we all live.Published 5 months ago by JL
The storyline was good, took a little time for lift off, the writing is pretentious but the end is worth it.Published 5 months ago by aviv
Story about an insecure middle aged man, that makes a litany of bad decisions. A good story about growth, and being true, most of all to yourself. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chris J.