Book Review: The Goldfinch Paperback – 13 Dec 2013
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It should be called Review of The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt.
I was looking for the paperback version of The Goldfinch. Didn't know it wasn't out yet, and mistakenly bought this paperback which looked like it was that book, but had Review tucked away at the end of the title.
It read like it was people making up things to say about the book.
It was not helpdul.
I have given it away to the Oxfam 2nd hand bookshop. Maybe someone else will apprciate it, but not any9one at my book group where I read out extracts from it.
Rip off and costs almost as much as the real book.
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