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REBECCA is narrated my the nameless Mrs. de Winter.
The surprises that come up in the book make for interesting twists, and what you think might be the trouble ends up taking a hairpin turn in the book.
It is an incredible love story and is very suspenseful along with vivid descriptions and an amazing twisting plot.
Rebecca is an intoxicating novel, best read in conjunction with Sally Beuaman's post -modern prequel/sequel, ' Rebecca's Tale.Published 1 hour ago by steve craddock
A classic that will remind all women of where they were in their growing up years. Women will read and digest this book very differently than they did as teenagers. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jane Milligan
I love the famous first line of the book..."Last night I dreamed I went to Manderley again." There was always a sort of eeriness I felt as I moved through the story. Read morePublished 3 days ago by McSusan
I am very into reading anything from this era these days, and this book is an interesting twist.Published 4 days ago by M. Lynn Fox
Could not put it down. You believed you were right there with them in the story. Amazing writing that sucks you in then spits you out.Published 4 days ago by Debra Laptalo Reihl
This book is famous for a reason. After bringing me to a point that I thought I could predict the conclusion of the book, Du Maurier took the characters in an entirely different... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Lyle Stout
As magnificent as it was when I first read it at the age of 14! Maybe even better, as my 14-year-old son loved it, too!Published 6 days ago by C. Walsh
read it before. Hd to have for book club. Well received.Published 13 days ago by susan sheets melvin