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The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes
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Dec 21, 11


For me the best part of this book was the narrator moving between the past and the present. He is contantly evalulating himself and his actions. I think Barnes brings this concept to life in a very real and convincing fashion.

The relationship between Tony and his ex-wife is also well done. The fire is clearly out but the over all sense of caring for each other is still there.

The ending came as a complete surprise to me. All in all a book well worth reading.

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