Then, this amazing story, with its razor-sharp insights, poetic prose, and intricate story brought me to life again.
The plot too seemed to become less convincing and I got no great feeling of atmosphere when Henri and Villanelle journeyed back from Moscow.
She has a passion for gambling, and meets the love of her life and finds another passion, in the process losing her heart.
I did not enjoy this book. I did manage to finish it, mostly because it was recommended to me and it had such great ratings but I couldn't wait to finish it and be done with it. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Witzerklutz
Not one of my favourite books. I found the 'storyline' disjointed and 'weird'. Fantasy!Published 6 days ago by Diana Mepsted
Several years ago, I read Jeanette Winterson's “Written On The Body,” which made a tremendous impression on me, and unfortunately I haven't found my way to another Winterson novel... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A Certain Bibliophile
Great book with a powerful literary technique of repeating one line here and there throughout the text. "you play you win you play you lose you play. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Annie Lanzillotto author of L is for Lion
A finely written piece of literature. Although it is not exciting or suspenseful, it is a story of deep reflection and thought. Read morePublished 7 months ago by T. davidson
This is one of the few books written by this author. This copy was in great condition. So far as I have experienced you will either love the story or hate it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Teal
Although it is not a long read there is so much excitment, drama, and action in this book that you can't help but finish it in a day!Published 9 months ago by NekoNeko