The Insult - Bloomsbury Classic Reads (Paperback)
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The Insult - Bloomsbury Classic Reads (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 05/07/2004
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It is a Thursday evening. After work Martin Blom drives to the supermarket to buy some groceries. As he walks back to his car a shot rings out...When he wakes up he is blind. His neurosurgeon, Bruno Visser, tells him that his loss of sight is permanent and that he must expect to experience shock, depression, self-pity, even suicidal thoughts before his rehabilitation is complete. But it doesn't work out quite like that. And one spring evening, while Martin is practising in the clinic gardens with his new white cane, something miraculous happens.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9780747574620
Dimensions: 178 x 111 x 28 mm
Edition: UK open market ed

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“Unbalanced in places, but bold concept and beautifully written”

I love the concept of this. We begin with a bang - literally - as the protagonist is the victim of a random shooting in a car park. We're told that the bullet has damaged his optic nerve and that he'll never... More

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