Amsterdam (Paperback)
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Amsterdam (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 04/11/2002
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Publisher: Quinteto
ISBN: 9788495971050
Weight: 181 g
Dimensions: 180 x 114 x 10 mm

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“Don't waste your time”

If there was the option of a no star rating, this book would be a deserving recipient. Ludicrous ending. A much overrated book and quite how it was shortlisted I have no idea!

Paperback edition
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“Amsterdam”

Utterly amazing. You kind of think it may happen but are lost for words when it does. The book is thoughtful, poignent and never more relative than it is today but also a timeless classic

Paperback edition
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“Classic McEwan”

Working my way through McEwan’s novels, this was next. I read it in a day-intriguing characters, events and perfectly described scenarios that you expect from this author. Loved it. Well worth its Booker Prize award.

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