Borderliners download epub
by Peter. Hoeg
Ironically, Hoeg's characters in the novel aren't imagining things and do actually uncover some diabolical secrets at their harsh boarding school, but the school's secrets are too dark and too clever to spoil for you here. The book deftly explores how, because we can't let go of the past, it can't let go of us, either.
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Peter Hoeg has done it again. This book does NOT make you want to be an orphan in a special school.
Sometimes Høeg can be clinical, sometimes his emotional distance is too great. Peter Hoeg has done it again. I couldn't put it down, though. There were some fascinating reflections on trust, on the meaning and perceptions of time, of making one's place in the world, of seeing the world through the words one learns, and of observing those people who surround us and control or try to control. This sad and beautiful book will stay with me for awhile.
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There was never any thought that it might be possible to get close to it. Before Katarina mentioned it, it had never occurred to me, nor to anyone else.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux,; English Language edition (1994)
Pages: 256 pages