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Some comments from reviews of “Atonement”

Review Consensus:   Only a few with a few reservations — but most are very, very impressed   From the Reviews: “The extraordinary range of Atonement suggests that there’s nothing McEwan can’t do. (…) We’re each of us, McEwan suggests, composing our … Continue reading

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Reviews of Kite Runner

Editorial Reviews Amazon.com In his debut novel, The Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini accomplishes what very few contemporary novelists are able to do. He manages to provide an educational and eye-opening account of a country’s political turmoil–in this case, Afghanistan–while also … Continue reading

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Praise for the Kite Runner

  PRAISE FOR THE KITE RUNNER “An astounding and humbling story of corruption, guilt and redemption. Epic in scope and intimate in its emotions, this terrific novel opens a window into a devastated country and takes us deep into the … Continue reading

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