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Description:ISBN 0385342888 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Emily Winslow / Edition: 1 / Hardcover / 304 Pages / Book is published 2010-07-01 by ... more
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Emily Winslow The Whole World: A Novel
Pages: 304, Edition: 1, Hardcover, Bantam Doubleday Dell
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Emily Winslow Whole World, The
Polly and Liv are American students at Cambridge University. Both ...
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The Whole World is a sort of crime/suspense novel set in Cambridge, England, told in turn from the viewpoint of 5 different characters. The first two narrators, Polly and Liv, are friends, and seem to have much in common - they are both American students with things to hide, and they are both attracted to the same young man, Nick. One night things come to a head as Nick somehow ends up kissing them both, then goes missing and is presumed dead. Then Nick, a blind woman called Gretchen and a local police officer, Morris, tell their stories, and the novel takes several weird twists. It is hard to say more without revealing too much about the plot. I have mixed ... Read the complete review
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