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  • Sweet Tooth

    Sweet Tooth is some what interesting !!! But I Read it in zeveral episods stechent over a longue time period

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  • I thought this book captured perfectly the feeling of communist threat after the war. The main protagonist becomes immersed in espionage and throughout you never really gauge whom is spying in whom. With the stuff upper lip in place throughout, and the beginnings of females taking a larger role in the workplace, McEwan really manages to capture the feelings of the period. The love and espionage elements are fantastic, and you really wonder until the end of the story how it will unfold. Wonderful!

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  • An Enjoyable Read from a Master Story Teller

    I enjoyed this book. McEwan does not disappoint. The story is engaging, and the characters, while not necessarily all that likable, are at least interesting enough because of the choices they make and the consequences that follow. I like that this book had a bit of a lighthearted mood to it despite its themes of espionage and intrigue. McEwan created the right tone for a story that, in the end, did not need to be overly dramatic. Maybe the story could have been more succinct in its telling because certain details did not seem all that necessary. Otherwise, the book feels most satisfying at the very end., as it should be.

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