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The End of the Affair by Graham Greene
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Sep 04, 12

bookshelves: faith
Read in January, 2004

An unusual novel about faith, and the appearance of faith. Here is the most subtle of works about faith. Are the contents of the main characters' lives miracles? Are they coincidence? And where do we find their true identity? From their actions, intentions, regrets, or somewhere else altogether? If you'd love something to discuss, to chew on for years. Read this tiny little novel about very real people.
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