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An excellent holdiay read,
This review is from: Atonement (York Notes Advanced) (Paperback)
This book has a wonderful story and at times was overshadowed by its lengthy disturbed wording for what seemed to be incessant descriptive passages that left you feeling impatient.
The passionate depth of this
book cannot be overlooked, that it became sometimes a tedious monologue of words that drove you into reading the next chapter was maybe its intention. You need time to absorb the intricate prose and yet you miss nothing by not absorbing the details. Eventually there is an acceptance of this narrative that at times left me wondering why I persevered and finished the book. Please read it and look forward to seeing the film which I am sure the Director must have had a cumbersome time bringing to a conclusion that the general public will find sufficiently entertaining.
This review is for the book Atonement not the (York Notes Advanced)for some reason it appears in the wrong place, and was written originally under the correct location. Sometimes insults should be greeted with silence.
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Initial post: 7 Dec 2011 22:45:21 GMT
What a truly bizarre review.
In reply to an earlier post on 23 Apr 2012 14:30:18 BDT
Anne Rooney says:
I think this person is reviewing Atonement and not the York Notes guide
Posted on 1 Nov 2013 20:15:58 GMT
Stephanie D. Briggs says:
That's no reason to insult her. So, she posted it in the wrong place. She can c+p her review, delete this one, and put the novel's review here: Atonement
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