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Moving & engrossing but somehow incomplete,
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This review is from: The Silence at the Song's End (Hardcover)
This is a diary edited by a talented journalist mother of Nicholas following his suicide. It is a powerful, moving, engrossing product of a beautiful mind. Glimpses of the mind of a teenager in the process of becoming a Oxford undergrad. However it feels edited to preserve a portrait and thus feels incomplete. However given the tremendous tragedy the editor faced, I can understand why this may have actually been a conscious choice.