n Without Prejudice - The Children Act, Ian McEwan : lifestyle books - book review




I have a rocky relationship with McEwan's work. I liked . I loved . I rhapsodised to the point of obsession over . Other than the startlingly original and funny treatise on the single pubic hair peeping out of the heroine's underwear, I did not like . invited unflattering comparison to Le Carre at his best (damn, whatever happened to Le Carre?). So I approached McEwan's latest with the attitude of a beaten puppy. It is, I am happy to report, a partial return to form.


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