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This story struck a chord with me that made it a swell time, easy to pick up and put down. I don't speak French but you knew what was being said. You want to feel for each caracter and celebrate there victories but at the same time you remember that like in the great war no one wins you only survive.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
The narration is fantastic, a lovely story in a forgotten time. Characters are memorable and easy to like. Descriptions of beaches and shops draw you into the story with ease
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
this really is a great book Therese narrates it perfectly I was a bit dissatisfied with the side story of Nicole's father though!
2 of 4 people found this review helpful
Tender is the Night is far darker than The Great Gatsby, because we are neither chaperoned by an outside narrator, nor spared the internal view of the dissolution. It is also less compressed with a looser structure, so that little is left out.
The reading is superb. This book has a lot of dialogue with several characters, and it cannot work unless both genders sound natural. I did not immediately appreciate how good the reading is, because part of what makes it so excellent is the consistency
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