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The Tenth Man by Graham Greene
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Dec 02, 2006

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For a while, I thought I didn't like this novel: it read like a preachy existential fiction -- like Camus or Sartre, but not as compelling as either one. The ending redeemed it in my eyes, when hope was almost lost! Greene's characters are all awful people, but that's part of the magic of his fiction, and what makes it convincing and ultimately irresistable.

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