I thought it was a beautiful love story and became lost in their lives instantly - the nights in Paris drinking absinthe, the ski and beach holidays all over Europe, the caviar and champagne in the afternoon with the Fitzgeralds, and their intellectual banter.. it all seemed just like it might have been. I missed their world when the book ended.. its been almost two weeks and I can still hear Carrington's voice in my head.. and I wish the story could have continued!
One of the best because of Kate Winslet's narration - it was so well dramatized - I was lost in the times and the story.
Madame Raquin - she was selfish - but she just wanted happiness for her son and niece. Everyone else was so dastardly.
Her passion in retelling a story she remembers reading as a teenager.
Compelling, Complex, and wickedly dark.
I want to read more Emile Zola :)
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