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July 28, 2011

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Ivan

I've read "The Stranger's Child" and though I enjoyed it and would recoomend it, I don't feel it was as strong as previous works by this author. The trouble comes from it's length and that the characters and situations in the last 100+ pages failed to maintain this readers interest. This needed a good editor; with trims and cuts this would be wholly brilliant, instead of mostly so.

Andrew C.

I read and thoroughly enjoyed Carol Birch's Turn Again Home, a very old-fashioned yet absorbing read. I'm looking forward to this new one.

Matthew (@thebibliofreak)

I'd agree with the first comment, a good book, but not Hollinghurst's best. Having already won a Booker I do wonder whether this is worthy of a second win. Feel free to stop by and read my review: http://tinyurl.com/4xwxdpp

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