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“An astonishing, heart-rending tour de force.” —Pat Barker
“Beautiful and profane. . . . [Golding’s] brittle wisdom is difficult to dismiss.” —San Francisco Chronicle
“Stylish, clever, experimental, ambitious, urbane.” –Times Literary Supplement
Posted August 28, 2009
A memoir that is mostly disturbing, and goes through a life of innocence, then alienation, defiance, and finally anger.
The book 433 pages long, and i strongly recommend it to someone who can't sleep. The scenes go on and on and it comes to the point that you just want them to be over.
I was bored and was did not enjoy the read.
Posted May 2, 2001
Yes, cold, yet very powerful. Although there were times when the story seemed to drag on a bit with it's extremely discriptive nature, the overall story was one that I could relate to in a way.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.