Rena is a French-Canadian photographer with an Algerian lover and expertise in infrared techniques, who is exploring Florence, Italy, with her father Simon and Dutch-Canadian... Read morePublished 16 months ago by SanjeevP
I did not enjoy this book. I felt like the main character was very immature and it bothered me throughout. Read morePublished 17 months ago by A. Brinskele
I was intrigued by the idea of this novel, but it felt pointless and empty. The "sexy" parts seemed hollow as well and gratuitous. Very disappointing.Published 17 months ago by Elaine
Infrared is a fairly unique story, but it can be a bit dark and disturbing at times. The story is good to read as long as you like a lot of sex and damaged personality issues. Read morePublished 17 months ago by SevereWX
I liked the subject matter, the holiday travelogue bit. The frank way in which the character talked about sex was appealing to me. But, I am sorry, the characters fell flat. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mandy Payne
I have had "Infrared" in my bag for almost a month and I'd read a passage whenever I had the chance but it was never a priority to finish.
That should say it all. Read more
As a male reader and at the risk of sounding incredibly sexist, I found this book to be categorical "written by a woman, for a woman"
That is not to say this book spends... Read more
I sort of knew what I was getting into when I ordered this book. I read Huston's Fault Lines, and, though I agreed with other reviewers that there was some weird sex stuff in... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ladybug
no one very poor reading did not care for writting style a very boring read would not recommend to any onePublished 18 months ago by R. Anderson