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Occasionally, he would come to a forking of the paths deep in a beech wood and idly think that this was where …

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… because everyone knew it was controlled by state, military or financial interests ─ a view that Edward later disowned.

(p. 162)

*to make it known that you no longer have any connection with someone that you were closely connected with…

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Book Tips, June-July 2015

These past two months or so (rainy season in Ethiopia), I’ve immersed myself in reading creative nonfiction and a few great novels. Here are a few I recommend: 753 more words


The Comfort of Strangers by Ian McEwan

I found The Comfort of Strangers to be the most uncomfortable Ian McEwan book I’ve read, which is really saying something. It’s his second novel, written after… 867 more words


The Children Act by Ian McEwan

Ian McEwan is one of my favourite authors, and I was really keen to read The Children Act in particular because the premise sounded so interesting. 832 more words


Atonement (2007) Review

Atonement” is based on an Ian McEwen novel of the same name.

And before you run away, ask yourself one question: Is there a better storyteller working in literature at this moment? 689 more words