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  • End of Affair

    This book is a portrayal of love from three different points of view. It shows that true love does not judge, that people who love have immense capacity for forgiveness. It is a beautiful book.

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  • Overwrought

    A disappointing read. I thought the prose clumsy and overwrought. I hope the author intended that I should despise the narrator, if so then that worked well.

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  • The end of the affair

    Heart rending love story, written so beautifully as though the author pouring his wn heart out. Bravo.

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  • Not a typical Greene novel

    This book is far more personal and emotional than any of his other books which I have read, including his autobiography, 'A Sort of Life'. It is narrated in first person throughout with no shift in narrative perspective unless you include the passages from Sarah's journal. The narrator is not a very symathetic chracter, even if you have been in his shoes and managed an illicit affair, but we do feel some pity for his suffering. If you do resd and enjoy this, try 'Damage' by Josephine Hart which explores the whole anatomy of an affair with more understanding of the compulsions involved. Greene does include a couple of excellent twists to his plot though and I do like the aspects of religion that change the texture of the book as it progresses.

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