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This a wonderful classic. As a Catholic, I could see the divides more clearly. As a period piece; sensational.
I had read this book many times and seen the videos. Read more
Wonderful use of the English language. Poetic. Interesting narrative. Beautifully written prose. Our reading group really enjoyed reading this book.Published 6 months ago by Pamela Addinall
My husband wanted this book because it touches on so many aspects of what losing faith can do to a person. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Krystina Simpson
If Charles Ryder is a rather wealthy version of Everyman, he is at least a good representative of modern man. Read morePublished 18 months ago by lexie2
This is the second Waugh book I’ve read, and once again I’ve found myself a bit impatient early on, but totally enthralled and captivated by the end. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mark Nenadov
A classic on memory and remembering. It pays to be read and reread. The descriptions of the aristocratic house are especially enthralling.Published on Jan. 21 2012 by Hektor Konomi
I could go on and on about how fantastic this novel is but that has been done already. This novel probably won't appeal to everyone, but certainly worth checking out. Read morePublished on Feb. 29 2004 by Allan Brinser
This book is not written in accordance with current literary tastes. It is descriptive to the point where it is florid sometimes; the writer's politics and elitism can easily... Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2004
The quintesssential story of the years between the wars, full of rich detail, emotional understatement, a terrific story, a bitter-sweet romance. Read morePublished on April 14 2003 by Peggy Vincent