The History of Us PDF/EPUB ì The History PDF/EPUB ²

The History of Us ❴PDF / Epub❵ ✅ The History of Us Author Philip Leslie – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The History of Us is a beautiful exploration of love and obsession, based on the stories of a group of friends growing up in Norfolk and told in reflection focused on the incredibly close but converse The History of Us is a beautiful exploration of love and obsession, based on the stories of a group of friends growing up in Norfolk and told in reflection focused on the incredibly close but conversely fractious relationship of the two The History PDF/EPUB ² central characters Told in three parts, The History of Us, explores the relationships between the two and a close friend, bonded by love, but also by a single tragic moment in their shared lives As the book unfolds, we hear many whispers, which shift our understanding of that tragic day, and ultimately, of course, our perceptions of the characters, and theirs of each other Although we are offered a kind of resolution in the final pages, there remains a sense of ambivalence and unease that disturbs.


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10 thoughts on “The History of Us

  1. Karen Karen says:

    I am sorry to say that this book dragged until one of the main characters died and then it got a lot better Its portrayal of teenage life was realistic, although I did not like teenagers when I was one and this reinforced those rather unhappy memories The hole in the plot seemed to be that in the real world the bright kids whose social life gets in the way of their studies do not get stunning A level results and go to Oxbridge, instead they flunk their exams and their conditional places go to I am sorry to say that this book dragged until one of the main characters died and then it got a lot better Its portrayal of teenage life was realistic, although I did not like teenagers when I was one and this reinforced those rather unhappy memories The hole in the plot seemed to be that in the real world the bright kids whose social life gets in the way of their studies do not get stunning A level results and go to Oxbridge, instead they flunk their exams and their conditional places go to the ones who study hard The writing was good though and I wanted to know what happened so all in all I cannot mark it too low just because I did not like any of the characters


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