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    The worst book

    Terrible, the worst book I have bought from Kobo It would be interesting to know what the author is tying to tell us
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    Summer House with Swimming Pool

    A compelling piece by the Dutch novelist that explores the factors at play and the ramifications of pedophilia and its innate insidiousness. It explores familial relationships, sexual proclivities and social interactions. There is too a juxtaposition of artistic sexual licence and anatomical analysis of body functions. The metaphorical use of the mussels that don't open being bad underlines the two themes; that pedophiles cant be rehabilitated and secondly the need to judge and expose them comes into question quite alarmingly.
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    Disturbingly amorality

    Celebrity doctor deliberately enhances the disease of a patient that he suspects has harmed a member of his family. As in The Dinner, many of the characters in this story have dark sides.
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    Ok read, it kept me interested though

    The book was compelling enough but in most parts very verbose. It was a book about Marc and his inadequasie. As the book progresses it did become more interesting though
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