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'Atonement' by Ian McEwan - Book Review

I had always assumed this novel was an old classic, I suppose due to its film adaptation being classed among the same genre as Pride and Prejudice… 625 more words


A beautiful, sad story

I picked up an early copy of the latest Ian McEwan novel the other day, two and a half weeks before it’s official release on September 2. 276 more words


Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan review

I’m a big fan of Ian McEwan and have loved most of his novels, especially his darker ones. Both The Cement Garden and The Comfort of Strangers… 564 more words


The Children Act by Ian McEwan

 Ian McEwan’s new novel The Children Act is on order. If you are a fan of the author, he will be doing a few interviews to promote it.  196 more words


Paranoid Liberalism: Saturday and the Clash of Civilizations

By Tyler C

“So, not an attack on our whole way of life then.”

—Ian McEwan, Saturday (2005).

Samuel Huntington’s (1993) widely circulated and provocative text, “The Clash of Civilizations?,” predicted that “the great divisions among humankind and the dominating source of conflict will be cultural”(p. 884 more words

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Teaser Tuesday: August 19th

How is it Tuesday again already!?  I’m 3 reviews behind and just started a 4th book.  I’ll get on it…soon.  But for today I didn’t want to miss another Tuesday. 156 more words