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I definitely had mixed feelings about this novel, but in the end it was one that really resonated with me. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Emma
Great. Unlike some, I loved the digressions and the 20-page squash game.Published 8 months ago by Pete
I did not like this man or his family..I got to the end by skipping pages & because I paid for it! He blamed himself for the accident? He hurt Baxters feelings? Grow a pair doc. Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2012 by zoda
Saturday, Ian McEwan's single-day probe into the psyche of Henry Perowne, a London neurosurgeon, is a brilliant work which explores the neurosis and fears of the post-9/11 era. Read morePublished on April 7 2010 by Garp
One of those tedious "I can describe every detail" books with little or no basis in any sense of purpose or meaningful reality. Don't waste your time or money. Read morePublished on March 26 2010 by S. Penn
Although this is not one of his best, this still was a classic engrossing Ian McEwan read.Published on Nov. 19 2007 by Leah MacFarlane
There are few novelists today who can write transformative fiction. McEwan is one of them.
This is a story well suited for its middle aged readership, exploring the joys and... Read more
good details about medical aspects but the plot really isn't page turning
i somehow finished the book
i have not looked for another book by the author yet and don't think... Read more
Having been disappointed by Atonement, I expected little from this book. I was surprised to find myself enthralled from the first word. Read morePublished on July 16 2007 by Samantha