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  • Not sure what to think

    Disappointed with the ending. The book was beautifully written, but was if course written a whole ago so dated ideas and ideals.

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  • Life questions by Anita Brookner

    I enjoyed the way in which characters were described and the portrayal of the underlying perceptions and motivations. The question of love and how one might or might not believe in it, beyond any choice, and how that belief or the need for some other belief can motivate, made the story interesting for me. And, of course, Anita Brookner writes so well, one can almost watch her paint with words in that way in which painting can only be done with words.

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  • Enjoyed my visit

    Wonderfully drawn characters i felt i was there

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  • Hotel du Lac

    Exquisitely written, beautifully and elegantly unfolding a fascinating melange of characters delivering a subtle (at times) and thoroughly satisfying story. The atmosphere of the Hotel at the end of the season, becoming enshrouded in damp and gloom is quite magical. I would liken the story to taking a perfect high tea in a beautiful setting quite alone, and greedily savouring every taste, smell, sight and sound. I loved every syllable of it.

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