Learn what the experts are saying about Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch with this literary review. Dark themes prevail throughout the novel as protagonist Theo Decker copes with the violent and untimely death of his mother. As a 13-year-old boy, Theo's grasp of reality is limited, and the tragic event forces despair and self-defeating behavior. With sophisticated themes like death, abuse, and sex, this book is better suited for a mature audience. If you are looking for an intellectually stimulating audiobook that keeps you guessing, then The Goldfinch may be just what you need.
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The Goldfinch is a fine book. I'm reviewing a review of the book. This review seems to have been written by a humorously inept computer program. It is the most insulting book review I've experienced in years, and I'm a middle school English teacher.
I'm sorry. Nothing could have made this review more pleasant. I'm generally a kind, patient person, but I felt cheated out of a credit with this purchase.
Again, I'm reviewing a review of the book. The Goldfing, the novel, was splendid. I would cut the entire review from your catalog.
"Dreadful. Do not buy this review"
Dreadful review and absolutely not an expert review even though its publisher is called 'Expert Reviews.'. Appalling ' automaton' narration. Not good enough to sell. I enjoyed the actual novel and was expecting a proper assessment of the book. DO NOT BUY. YOU WILL BE WASTING YOUR MONEY.
Get a reviewer who has actually read the book.
Get a narrator who does not talk like an automaton. It was appalling.
None. Take it offf your list.
Please make it obvious in your listing that it is a review, not the actual novel. The novel ' The Goldfinch' is very good. This review on the other hand is extremely amateur and that's being kind.....
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