Tony Judt is revealed to be one of the most thoughtful, incisive writers on the history and politics of the last 100 years. Let us have more of Tony.
This beautifully contemplative and mysterious novel has been perfectly rendered on audio by a reader who has captured the author's voice.
At first the book seems like an aging man simply reflecting on loves lost and failed, but it slowly builds to be an intriguing mystery with a knockout conclusion. It will have one thinking about one's own life and the reconstructions we do to survive.
Richard Morant is perfectly on target withe the mood of the novel.
I have owned this audio book for only a week, and it is so irresistible, I am about to conclude a second reading.
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