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The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes
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Aug 13, 12

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Read in May, 2012

I really enjoyed reading this novella. Unlike Ian McEwan's 'On Chesil Beach' (which I hated!) I didn't feel cheated by the length of this book - rather, its length meant I was able to do what I really wanted to do when I turned the last page - start from the beginning and read it again from the start!

This book is intriguing and leaves many questions either unanswered or ambiguously solved and, for me, required many hours of reading other readers' opinions on what it meant.

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