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Be sure to have your vehicle on "auto pilot" for this one. It will pull you in and get you thinking.
I was intrigued by the book. Excellent writing, for one. Imagination way outside the box,for another. A gentle study of man's inhumanity, alienation, with a nameless desire to belong. A bowl recurring throughout seems to symbolize beauty, love, the best of gifts(appreciation),fragility, communication deeper than words. The book leads us to experience a more global,cosmic mindset. Profound and moving.
I have to agree with Kelle. The only other person to review this book so far. Big disappointment
I can't imagine what anyone involved with this audio book could have been thinking. Alan Cumming's performance is alarming and the narrative managed to bore and repulse me all at once. Beware.
Michael Cunningham was raised in Los Angeles and lives in New York City. He is the author of the novels "A Home at the End of the World" (Picador) and "Flesh and Blood," His work has appeared in "The New Yorker" and "Best American Short Stories," and he is the recipient of a Whiting Writer's Award. "The Hours" was a "New York Times" Bestseller, and was chosen as a Best Book of 1998 by" The New York Times," "Los Angeles Times," and "Publishers Weekly,"