This is a deep book on many levels. Although translated from Italian, the story is easy to follow.
Oh my.! I loved this book. I've read hundreds, probably thousands of books, but this was one of the best. Don't miss this series (I read all three, and they're all great. A memoir, Jennifer Worth describes the most interesting people living in the dockside area of London in the 1950's. I suppose this book would appeal to women more, but I (as a man) could not put the book down. The wonderful English dialect is great to listen to. Give yourself a treat, and buy all three of these books.
A unique book. A little Dickensian, but really it's a unique memoir.
Jennifer Lee (Jennifer Worth)
This is one of the best books I've ever read. It is a psychological thriller sort of like "crime and Punishment". I really enjoyed the character portrayal of Mrs. de Winter as she goes from a young shy wife, to dealing with complex issues from the past of Rebecca and Mr. de Winter.
Crime and Punishment
Mrs. de Winter
They've made at least two films of this book. The PBS version was quite good.
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