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Too convenient of a resolution.
What I liked most about this debut novel was the level of literacy that imbued the whole book, as well as the fantastic metaphors constantly used in his descriptions.
A perceptive work, it does a good job of making one reflect on the meaning and cost of transgressing social and moral norms, in more than one scene or way.
If a study of the dynamics existing within a group of hedonistic friends at Cambridge university sounds like something that interests you, then this is your book. Read morePublished 17 months ago by ReasonableGoatPerson
first of all I must say: If you are intrigued by the product description, I don't blame you. based off this, the book sounds good. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Charlie Bucklin
I think this is my new favourite book. The last book I LOVED was Past Imperfect by Julian Fellowes and that was quite some time ago. Read morePublished 23 months ago by M x
The Night Climbers, set in Cambridge, has a group of aspiring young jet-setters dabble in an art scam that soon proves more than they can handle. Read morePublished on December 28, 2010 by reader 451
For a book about night climbers, the actual night climbing is limited to a couple of chapters. Still, this coming-of-age novel has a few twists, and the milieu -- the super-rich... Read morePublished on June 4, 2008 by Richard LeComte
This book was on a shelf at Barnes & Noble labeled "Recommended by Staff" when it caught my eye. I was intrigued by the flap summary and purchased it. Read morePublished on May 24, 2008 by Amazon Customer
COULDN'T WAIT TO FINISH THIS BOOK. BREEZED THROUGH IT JUST TO GET TO THE ENDING.Published on April 16, 2008 by Nancy Lombardo
This author is definitely a gifted writer with a talent for finding the deft observation and striking metaphor every time! Read morePublished on January 4, 2008 by Vyvien A. Starbuck