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Book Review: The Goldfinch (Anglais) Broché – 13 décembre 2013

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WARNING: This is not the actual book The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. Do not buy this Review if you are looking for a full copy of this great book. Learn what the experts are saying about Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch with this literary review. Dark themes prevail throughout the novel as protagonist Theo Decker copes with the violent and untimely death of his mother. As a 13-year-old boy, Theo’s grasp of reality is limited, and the tragic event forces despair and self-defeating behavior. With sophisticated themes like death, abuse and sex, this book is better suited for a mature audience. If you are looking for an intellectually stimulating novel that keeps you guessing, then The Goldfinch may be just what you need. See how Donna Tartt’s novel scores with expert ratings and quotes from popular publications. The Goldfinch is an exemplary book filled with vivid imagery and superb character development. Each cast member in the play of Theo’s life has a mixture of positive traits and flaws that make up a believable character. A comparison of the good and bad aspects of the book help you determine the book’s value. Compare this book to Greek tragedies to see how death portrays a universal theme that has great impacts on any protagonist. This comprehensive review of The Goldfinch gives you the big picture of what to expect from your reading.

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Par Chris 38 le 3 novembre 2014
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This is not the book but just a review. So do not be surprised (nor disappointed) when you unpack the thing and get a very thin pamphlet. This is what happens when you are absent-minded.
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Par Marie DO le 28 septembre 2014
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Une analyse basique mais juste de ce magnifique livre; des points de départ qui peuvent être développés si on le souhaite..
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A long long read! 26 mars 2014
Par Bobbi - Publié sur
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Story is interesting, but could easily have been told in less words. The author is definitely a wordy writer. However, her descriptions are vivid to the point that she places you in the scene she is describing. the philosophy and "meat" of the book is in the ending chapter, which gives a lot of food for thought. I liked the story, but would liked it even better if there had been less lengthy and frequent descriptive paragraphs to plow through. BB
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Waste of money 14 avril 2014
Par Rand Alan - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I got through the beginning because I hoped it would get better. It got worse. If you like to read about adolescent boys drinking, smoking, being raised by irresponsible parents, the F word being used in most dialogues the boys had, a mother dying in a blast from "right wing extremest". Stolen art: I don't know how that ended, because the book was a bore and not at all worth the time to finish it. Who is interested in adolescent boys? Not me. Save your money, or if you have to try it, do it on your e-reader.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Heavy, but well written 24 février 2014
Par Mike Jones - Publié sur
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My wife lost her father when she was 13 (followed by her mother at 15). She identified with Theo immediately, and asked if we could read this book together. It’s a good thing we did, as it is a very dark book. The themes are much more mature than we normally read. I was happy to have someone to read it with and discuss it with. Alone I worry it would stick in my mind too much, so I personally recommend having someone else to read with.
While it is a tough read, it is worth it. The characters are amazing, and the loss is profound. While it is a bit long, it is worth the read.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolutely fascinating 15 mars 2014
Par Karen Schory - Publié sur
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I couldn't put it down. Tartt's original story lines and her use of language make this a must read! Art and art history, and a modern day story intertwine in this compelling book about life and truth.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 When Less is More 19 août 2014
Par Loretta K. Paraguassu - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've edited a number of novels and wish I could have gotten my hands on this book before it was printed. The author spent ten years on the book and it shows. Shared way too much of her research and let it get in the way of what is really a great story. In my book club NO ONE really liked the book. Most didn't even finish it. I have to admit that I slogged through it mostly because it won a Pulitzer and I wanted to see why. At the end, I saw the reason-- and a very good one -- she came to a very wholesome conclusion about the meaning of life. So -- a Pulitzer Prize for philosophy -- not necessarily for writing the best novel ever. And it could have been. Why couldn't her publisher have helped her out? Isn't that their business?
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