A Home at the End of the World
by Michael Cunningham
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For the first time, an audio production is available of Michael Cunningham’s critically acclaimed novel—published to coincide with the release of the feature film starring Colin Farrell and Dallas Roberts
M ichael Cunningham’s celebrated novel is the story of two boyhood
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Skyzzy 67's Review

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Not too bad my first Cunningham's book.
It's a dinamic triangle: Bobby, Jonathan, and the mutual women in this male story Alice-Clare.
The male characters in the novel are stereotyped: or "kind and open, but haunted" (Bobby, Jonathan's father)or gay "unhappy with his directionless life (Jonathan and irregular guy). The same with the female:indipendent,very strong, "searching for a future to match her dreams".
At the end it's not true the Clare's voice that said:"We needed all three points of the triangle". Because in the home at the end of the world you don't need of geometric shapes!