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Cloud Atlas (Paperback)
David Mitchell
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The Road
The Road (Paperback)
Cormac McCarthy
 
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In The Road, a man and his son must roam a post-apocalyptic wasteland, avoiding roving packs of marauders, and resisting the temptation, despite their hunger, to resort to cannibalism. The moral of this tale is, as with most human endeavors: pack a lunch. Cormack McCarthy is a very good writer. He reminds me of a young Marvelle Wyatt.

AKH48 . - 29/07/2013
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Atonement (Paperback)
Ian McEwan
 
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Covering a period from pre-WW2 to the 1990s, the novel’s initiating action concerns thirteen-year-old Briony, who makes a half-innocent mistake when she is witness to a rape and falsely accuses the housekeeper's son, Robbie. The accusation results in his imprisonment and damages his budding relationship with her older sister Cecilia. Interestingly, the novel has two endings; the second offered by Briony as a postscript that undercuts the first, raising questions about the reader's perceived need for satisfaction and a sense of redemption, versus the writer's responsibility to truth.

Judith Allnatt - 11/02/2014

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