The End of the Affair by Graham Greene
This book was bugging me. Well not the book but my boyfriend, constantly telling me I should read it. I asked him why? He couldn’t say, but assured me it was a great read. So thanks to his clear hidden talent for sales I downloaded it (Ha, there used to be a time one would buy or borrow a book).
I was blown away, Greene is no author. He is an artist! The story seamlessly flitters between the present and various stages in the past. It is really hard to review this book without revealing anything about the plot, it also has a bizarre ending that leaves so much to the reader to attain closure.
I know it may seem like a strange review, with no substance. But this book blew me away with it’s sheer brilliance. Talent.