I read this back at Camden; may give it a re-read now I'm old enough to comprehend 'love'.

I read this back at Camden; may give it a re-read now I'm old enough to comprehend 'love'.

Nutshell by Ian McEwan – 1 September | 31 Incredible Books You Simply Must Read This Summer

Nutshell by Ian McEwan – 1 September

Nutshell by Ian McEwan – 1 September | 31 Incredible Books You Simply Must Read This Summer

Saturday by Ian McEwan - 1001 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die (Bilbary Town Library: Good for Readers, Good for Libraries)

Saturday by Ian McEwan - 1001 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die (Bilbary Town Library: Good for Readers, Good for Libraries)

I saw the movie first, which is unusual for me. However, the movie was so good IMO, that I had to read the book. This book is also listed in the book "1000 Books you Should Read Before you Die"  - thus it must be good! In may move into my favorites list....  Atonement...amazing book and movie.

Atonement

I saw the movie first, which is unusual for me. However, the movie was so good IMO, that I had to read the book. This book is also listed in the book "1000 Books you Should Read Before you Die" - thus it must be good! In may move into my favorites list.... Atonement...amazing book and movie.

Atonement (2007) "The story can resume. I will return. Find you, love you, marry you and live without shame."

Atonement (2007) "The story can resume. I will return. Find you, love you, marry you and live without shame."

We ask experts to recommend five books in their subject and explain their selection in an interview.

We ask experts to recommend five books in their subject and explain their selection in an interview.

Review: ‘Nutshell,’ a Tale Told by a Baby-to-Be (or Not-to-Be) - The New York Times

Review: ‘Nutshell,’ a Tale Told by a Baby-to-Be (or Not-to-Be)

Review: ‘Nutshell,’ a Tale Told by a Baby-to-Be (or Not-to-Be) - The New York Times

The Children Act by Ian McEwan, review: 'diminishing returns' - Telegraph

The Children Act by Ian McEwan, review: 'diminishing returns'

The Children Act by Ian McEwan, review: 'diminishing returns' - Telegraph

Ian McEwan, The Cement Garden Everyone’s heard of Atonement (hey, didn’t that movie win an Oscar?) and likely Amsterdam, McEwan’s 1998 Man Booker winner. But much underrated is his first effort, 1978’s The Cement Garden, a taut, dark psychological novel about four children alone. He didn’t have that “Ian Macabre” nickname for nothing..

50 of the Best Books You Haven’t Read by Authors You Already Love

Ian McEwan, The Cement Garden Everyone’s heard of Atonement (hey, didn’t that movie win an Oscar?) and likely Amsterdam, McEwan’s 1998 Man Booker winner. But much underrated is his first effort, 1978’s The Cement Garden, a taut, dark psychological novel about four children alone. He didn’t have that “Ian Macabre” nickname for nothing..

Ian McEwan  |  Der Zementgarten  |  Roman, Taschenbuch, 208 Seiten | € (D) 9.90 / sFr 14.90* / € (A) 10.20

Ian McEwan | Der Zementgarten | Roman, Taschenbuch, 208 Seiten | € (D) 9.90 / sFr 14.90* / € (A) 10.20

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