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The Sense of an Ending - Julian Barnes Reviews

The Sense of an ending

Feb 23, 2017 04:37 PMRead

Having just finished this absolutely fantastic book, I cannot, not will I ever be able to accurately detail how much I love this book. I have simultaneously reviewed my whole life, my life, my loves, my regrets, and my failings and have comeback feelings as if this singular author has not only b...Read More

The Sense of an Ending

Oct 16, 2016 12:18 AMRead

The book unquestionably gets one's thought and is easily examined. To some degree, all of what irritates Tony is indeed a bit of anyone's life. The mind genuinely is a truly broken vessel and is altogether fit for conveying a past loaded with scrappy authenticity. This short novel is an incredib...Read More

The Sense of an Ending - Julian Barnes

Mar 14, 2016 06:53 PMRead (via Mobile)

Really, this novel doesn't have a feeling of a consummation. Truth be told, I might be done with fiction, may I? I concede you Julian Barnes is a fine, fine essayist. I appreciate him. Yet, I can't appreciate this novel, and what does that say in regards to my sympathy toward fiction? The plot b...Read More

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Finished it in one sitting.

Mar 12, 2016 10:43 AMRead

Yesterday evening, this book arrived, which I ordered from amazon. I got a good deal on the hardcover. Anyways, The sense of an ending is a Man Booker prize winning novel written by Julian Barnes who has won several accolades.Part 1 & Part 2 - Barnes begins this novel by listing few occu...Read More

Tony Webster is a shallow douchebag

Dec 11, 2015 05:28 PMRead

This book is making out of the superlative kind. The book at first appears, acceptable to the end, to be a genuinely ordinary story of the life of a typical man who is neither recognizing about the all inclusive community around him nor does he see himself in an unmistakable light. Just toward t...Read More

 
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A must read book here

Sep 17, 2015 03:03 AMRead

Frankly speaking I bought this book because it was in the award winning section of Flipkart and there was a good discount going on too.I had not read any Julian Barnes book earlier, so was a bit apprehensive- considering that the award winning books are usually pretty serious and boring too....Read More

Narration is the Jewel Of This Book

Sep 10, 2015 10:25 PMRead

Something of a type I'd never read.The author puts a blanket over the events listed in the story, limits your perception by revealing only what is necessary and takes you on a long journey broken down into various jaunts.For me it was a haunting account of a story the memoirs try to reco...Read More

Enlightening !!

Jun 11, 2015 11:46 PMRead

Beautifully written. Deconstructs Memory and suggests that memory is not as credible as it appears to be. The book makes you think and view your life from different time frames. He's come up with gems to drive home his point like - When your a young you imagine building a different future and wh...Read More

The sense of an ending

May 18, 2017 09:27 PMRead

This is by Julian Barnes so we know it will concentrate on memory and its traps. A few illustrations: "… yet what you wind up recollecting isn't generally the same as what you saw." And "I have to return quickly to a couple of episodes that have developed into accounts, to some estimated recolle...Read More

The Sense of an Ending

Mar 14, 2016 06:27 PMRead (via Mobile)

The book certainly catches one's consideration and is effortlessly perused. To some degree, all of what annoys Tony is without a doubt a piece of anybody's life. The psyche truly is a really cracked vessel and is entirely fit for delivering a past filled with sketchy legitimacy.This short no...Read More


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