What I Loved - Siri Hustvedt Reviews
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What I Loved is a deeply touching elegiac novel that mourns for t ...
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What I loved by Siri Hustvedt Published by Sceptre ISBN: 0340682388 This is another of my Bookcrossing finds and once again it was a combination of the picture on the front cover but combined this time with the author's name which I rather naively thought sounded a bit Indian but I have since discovered she isn't. A quick look at the blurb on the back and all the quotes from critics seemed really positive and full of praise so I picked it up. If I had had to pay for it I may not have done but it seemed to promise an interesting read. THE AUTHOR The author lives in Brooklyn ,New York and has written only three novels, a collection of ... Read the complete review
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