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Lady Oracle

Auteur(s): Margaret Atwood
Narrateur(s): Lorelei King
Durée: 11 h et 13 min
Catégories: Littérature, Contemporain
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From fat girl to thin, from red hair to mud brown, from London to Toronto, from Polish count to radical husband - Joan Foster is utterly confused by her life of multiple identities. She decides to escape to an Italian hill town to take stock of her life. But first, she must organize her own death.

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  • PCR
  • 2018-12-17

Strange, but consider the source

Riveting and repulsive (?) at once. Had to finish it!, the story had me in its thrall.

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  • 2019-04-05

depressing

I made it painfully to chapter 25. And I finally gave up. But maybe it's supposed to be painful. It's a very depressing book. but hey if someone feels like they are in a low, the protagonist here has got to be lower.

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  • Tom
  • 2018-12-28

We Change

a good read about how we change as we react to the folks we encounter, and Howe we rarely even know who they are. do we ever find out who we are?