Black Dogs

(Thorndike Press Large Print Buckinghams)

by | Publisher: Thorndike Press
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In 1946, a young couple set off on their honeymoon. Instead of an idyllic holiday, they encounter an experience of darkness so terrifying it alters their lives for ever.

Nicoletta Stecconi
Ha scritto il 26/01/14
Romanzo breve ma intenso scritto da Ian McEwan nel 1992. Orfano inconsolabile, aveva perso i suoi all’età di 8 anni, Jeremy trascorre l’adolescenza alla ricerca di genitori putativi spesso trovati nelle famiglie dei suoi amici. Attraverso spostamenti...Continua
Ha scritto il 17/01/12
this one I've loved! again mcewan goes back and forth in space and time, but the links work and the story absorbs. a fascinating journey in the human mind, through 3 (maybe 4) characters, their stories and how these changed their way of thinking. ...Continua
Tracy W
Ha scritto il 03/11/09
The reason why I don't like this book is because the story itself, a past encounter of the narrator's mother in-law with two black dogs, takes up around 10 pages of the book, and it appears near the end of the book. The rest is descriptions and reco...Continua
Ha scritto il 17/04/09
A menacing atmosphere permeates this book. I was pleasantly surprised by the descriptions of several historical events in Europe of the last century, as well as the author's musings on the continent's ultimate fate. The finale, however, let me down a...Continua
Ha scritto il 26/03/08

The choice between social commitment and inner spiritual search has not been resolved...

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