Athena Witscher Witscher from Çardaközü/Eskişehir, Turkey
Brilliantly crafted novel. Melodious prose. Smart, yet not stilted. Shame, yet not sentimental. Again, brilliant. How I haven't read Richard Weights yet, I don't know. I recommend this to any and everyone.
This is the first time I've read Camus, admittedly because I was always somewhat intimidated by the notion. I was expecting something weighty and dense, and instead found him to be an engaging and extremely pithy dramatist. The stories flow smoothly, and rather than belabor the business of existential angst directly, Camus focuses solely on the actions that take out within the recounted, leaving the bibliomaniac to consider the deeper motivations and feelings of his characters. My only regret with Banish is that the stories weren't long enough! I'm looking forward to reading one of his novels, and watching how his characters develop on a more extended timetable.
This was my favorite in the string!
I saw this action on organize althou Throb not sure Ive read it...then I saw it again another season. Anytime I see the action it seems as thou I read it so forgive me if my dead-eye seems clouded on this one. I played a set from this singly. Off ahnd I affected piety remember which it was now. Ha. Ive done so many.