Grasshopper - Barbara Vine Reviews
Description:ISBN 0375726500 / Author: Barbara Vine / Genre: Fiction / A new novel from Barbara Vine (or Ruth Rendell, her alter ego) is always cause ... more
Grasshopper - Barbara Vine ... for celebration, and in this exceptional psychological thriller, she displays all her mastery of craft to draw the reader into an unfamiliar world. She paints a vivid picture of the roots of obsession in the history of a young woman whose love of high places has been marked by tragedy, guilt, and exile from her family's home.
Newest Review: ... Liv is agoraphobic and refuses to go outside, Johnny is a career criminal and Wim is only happy when climbing roofs. ... more
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by Barbara Vine - written on 25/01/12
I started reading this book on holiday could not sleep thinking how it would end! Brilliant another fine Novel
by - written on 05/07/06 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Introduction I’ve read a couple of Barbara Vine novels before that I have thoroughly enjoyed, so had high expectations of this. Barabara Vine is a pen name for Ruth Rendell, but she may as well be a completely different author. The Barbara Vine books are based far more around characters rather than situations and she allows the reader to get deeply into the characters’ personalities. Yet, they are far more believable that some of Ruth Rendell’s non-Wexford books. The story Clodagh, who recently lost her best friend and lover when he was electrocuted while climbing a pylon (the grasshopper of the title) after encouragement from Clodagh, is packed off ... Read the complete review
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