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Read this some time ago and ordered it to reread on Kindle.
Great spy stuff.
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He writes prose like a monumental sculptor shapes stone. Each sentence is as clear as it needs to be. Pictures are drawn in clear lines. TerrificPublished 16 months ago by Miss Ogyney
Get this book! It's free...and a totally compelling read. A totally enthralling read. One of Conrad's best novels in my opinion.Published on 6 Jan. 2013 by Ibn Battuta
Conrad's use of language improved with age - less verbosity - and the plot is good. Clumsily sourced narration though as he jumps from the diary, to the girl, to someone's wife he... Read morePublished on 16 Sept. 2012 by Lancsman
This I believe is one of Conrad's later works and is bereft of the rampant descriptive verbosity that added an almost manic quality to the narrative of his earlier works. Read morePublished on 25 May 2011 by nicholas hargreaves
Caught up in the aftermath of a terrorist bombing against the Tsarist authorities, Razumov, a young student uninvolved in politics or protest, finds himself trapped in a web of... Read morePublished on 20 Feb. 2010 by Silvanus