It's the story of love and loss (to some extent).
With beautifully descriptive and insightful writing, wry wit and splashes of comedy, "Written on the Body" is a book you'll want to read over and over again!
As for suspense, I've always been pretty good at guessing the ending halfway through the book, but this time I was unsure until the very last page.
If you care about how someone mistreats animals and wrongly portrays strong women, Please, BOYCOTT THIS AUTHOR. PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION. What a vindictive bitch this person is. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Angels Whisper
Had I been given the book without a title or the author's name, I would have guessed it was one of Winterson's. A song to LOVE. Genuine feelings beautifully expressed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M.R.Paulos
Read from cover to cover in one day. Extreme emotions and very we'll writtenPublished 1 month ago by fletcherv
Regardless one's gender or predilection, here is a clockwork tale on the mechanics of love. Deeply felt, pregnant with longing and irony.Published 1 month ago by Randy A. Varcho
In Written on the Body Jeanette Winterson takes on some fundamental questions: What is love? What is marriage? What do fidelity and responsibility really mean? Read morePublished 8 months ago by E. Leon
Her lover lost a long battle with cancer and from those years with her, this book
Even if you've led a fortunate life, you'll love this books beauty. Read more
I could not make myself like this book.
The only remotely interesting thing in this book is playing around with the gender of the narrator (since it is not defined by... Read more
Jeanette Winterson is one the great writers of the late 20th and early 21st Century, and this is one of her finest books (at least for me). Her prose is poetic and innovative. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Music Lover