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Presents complex life issues through the vernacular of the common people of England. I am not British so I can't attest to the vernacular. The art of novel writing at its best. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Preston K. Jewett
Last Orders is a strange one for a Booker Prize. Somehow its both hard and easy to read, deep and shallow, simple and convoluted. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. Edmund
The writing 'in dialect?-' was barely readable. Very boring characters and story.Published 2 months ago by Carla J. Pinahs
Hometown friends, war buddies, linked forever! Interesting and moving story of life just as it is. Lives so entwined with memories as they honor the first of their ranks to pass... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sandra Whitefield
What is a Booker Prize? Never heard of it, though it surprises me that this book won ANYTHING, being as dull and dim-witted as it is. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Sndr
Certainly not the usual story, but it kept me reading until the end. Makes you think.Published 6 months ago by Mary Sahs
The book was hard to get into and hard to sort our all the characters, but it was satisfyingly real and dealt with deep issues of relationship, death, and feelings of helplessness. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elaine C. Miyazato