Le Chardonneret
Title : Le Chardonneret
Author :
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ISBN : 2259221866
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 796 pages
Category : legal-thriller
Tags : best, sci-fi, chick-lit, college, young-adult, lgbt

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Le Chardonneret (www.thephotoroll.com Reviews)

  • Oriana
    Oriana

    So listen Look I am a READER, right I mean, I read all the time, everywhere, every day, a book a week But most of the time the book I m reading is a dull throb beneath my fingers, a soft hum behind my eyes, a lovely way to spend a bit of time in between things as I meander through my life You know It s something I adore, but softly, passively, and often forgetfully very nice while it s happening, but flitting away quickly after I m on to the next.And then sometimes there is a book that is

  • Diane
    Diane

    Never have I been so conflicted about a book Parts of it I loved Parts of it I hated Sometimes I wanted to praise it Other times I wanted to abandon it I m relieved I ve finally finished this novel 771 pages Good grief because I can stop debating whether or not to keep reading it.It s difficult to talk about The Goldfinch without being spoiler y, but I shall try What I appreciated most was the lovely prose some sections are truly beautiful Donna Tartt can write an arresting paragrap

  • Rick
    Rick

    I have not read Tartt s two previous, and by most accounts, superior novels In The Goldfinch you can see that the talent is there but something is drastically off in the storytelling The book drags and drags It exasperates with unnecessary detail that calls annoyed attention to a critical lack of credibility throughout The narrator is like one of those panhandlers who stop you on the street and provides too long a story about some travail my mom and I were just mugged they took her to the h

  • Jennie Menke
    Jennie Menke

    Audible OH MY GAWD Who ARE you people giving this 5 star raves I m not even half way yet and I m wondering if I will be able to weather this ridiculously long book that keeps getting sidetracked by just about every teenage pothole you can think of And can we talk about motherless orphans I ve lost track of how many motherless main characters are in this book How can I be this far out of touch with other reviewers Halfway thru now Spending lots of energy trying to be less harsh and t

  • Peggy
    Peggy

    I, Boris, character in this book will give you honest opinion Very honest If you are reading this, asking yourself, should I read this book which is 771 pages Very heavy, not that The Idiot was not 656 pages, so not length I am afraid of If you are wondering, should I read I answer for you already and say no I am one of best things in book, at least not all the time moody, gloomy and so stupid I do not not even look in package Even though I am very important character I must tell you, not

  • Stephen King
    Stephen King

    Theo Decker s mother is killed in a bombing that rocks the Metropolitan Museum of Art Theo, unharmed, escapes with a valuable painting called The Goldfinch He carries this symbol of grief and loss from early adolescence into an adulthood fraught with danger and beset by addiction The long middle sequence, set in a housing development on the seedy, sand blown outskirts of Las Vegas, is a standout Tartt proves that the Dickensian novel expansive and bursting with incident is alive and well.

  • Alan Wolk
    Alan Wolk

    The Goldfinch is a brilliant story with memorable characters and most of the book is incredibly well done and fun to read Most being the operative word.Tartt needed an editor to cut out a lot of the repetitive detail Like several other reviewers, I too found myself page skimming sometimes the detail is fascinating, oftentimes it s unnecessary and just slows down the story There are a few other nits a good editor could have fixed, e.g the internet makes cameo appearances but it s inconsis

  • Lisa Kelsey
    Lisa Kelsey

    As I read the reviews I am fascinated by the fact that I agree with aspects of many of them, whether they rate the book one, two, three, or even four stars Even the positive reviews point out the very many flaws I suppose it all comes down to what you are willing to tolerate in a novel I found Tartt s writing to be at times quite lovely, but I got the feeling she is a little too enad with her own skill I am surprised to see the novel described as dense It was very, very unnecessarily

  • karen
    karen

    okay so i read it and i don t want to be all gloaty gus for those of you who still have to wait three whole months to get your hands on a copy, but i will say, in brief, that it is worth waiting for it is worth waiting three months for, as you knew it would be, but i don t know if i can wait another eleven years for another book because she s still got it it is beautifully written it is everything you hoped it would be characters as complicated and nuanced as real people situations alter

  • Gene Schmidt
    Gene Schmidt

    This was a huge disappointment for me The opening New York sections were excellent, the description of the museum bombing and the whole Mansfield Park thing Tartt has going with Theo and the Barbour family, all of this works beautifully I was excited to keep on reading to see where it all ended up, but once things move to Las Vegas the story takes a seriously wrong turn I seem to be a minority opinion here, but there you have it I do remember sitting up all night in 1992 reading The Secret H

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