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A brilliant – of Margaret Epub #222 and rather transgressive – collection of short stories from the double Man Booker Prize winning author of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the BodiesIncluding a new story The School of EnglishHilary Mantel is one of Britain’s most accomplished and acclaimed writers In these ten bracingly subversive tales all her gifts of cha. Oh what a nice surprise I didn t expect her to be funny Sly wit and careful attention I must read

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N ambiguous and potentially deadly waiting gameWhether set in a claustrophobic Saudi Arabian Assassination of Margaret Kindle #215 flat or on a precarious mountain road in Greece these stories share an insight into the darkest recesses of the spirit Displaying all of Mantel’s unmistakable style and wit they reveal a great writer at the peak of her powers. Hilary Mantel had written many books among them two long historical novels which both have won the Booker Prize Wolf Hall and Bri


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  1. says:

    Oh what a nice surprise I didn't expect her to be funny Sly wit and careful attention I must read

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    “She lives on the fumes of whiskey and the iron in the blood of her prey” The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher Mantel Seriously anytime I fantasize about writing a book I read a Hilary Mantel novel and become discouraged Reading Mantel is like watching Michael Jordan play basketball or Federer play tennis or back in the day watching Tiger Woods play golf Unless you are born blind or stupid you realize th

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    In those days the doorbell didn't ring often and if it did I would draw back into the body of the house Only at a persistent ring would I creep over the carpets and make my way to the front door with its spy hole We were big on bolts

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    I read this for a mixture of rather weak reasons 1 I was out for the day and unexpectedly finished the book I had with me so went to

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    The title alone should be enough to give a reader pause not to mention the cover of a headless woman holding a dead rose an indication that we haven't hopped on the Love Train Hilary Mantel's collection of ten taut and acerbic tales wouldn't be out of place on a dark and stormy night or at a slumber party where someone holds a flashlight under their chin illuminating the bones and hollows of their skeleton like a specte

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    If you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewReality behind the surface Literature The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher by Hilary MantelThis is my first Mantel I’ve been postponing reading the first two volumes of the Cromwell trilogy waiting for the third volume to come out predictably in 20

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    Mantel eerily observant and wickedly funny is a strange combination of self conscious fear and lashing wit Faced with her precision I am reduced to the inarticulate a laugh a sigh a whispered outbreath G’olSometimes she uses just a word an adjective or a verb that brings a smile a wince a world to life “At six the steeple headed Saleem had lost his baby fat and his movements were tentative as if his limbs

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    This started out as a 4 or perhaps even 5 star book but dwindled down to three stars in the endI love Hilary Mant

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    Hilary Mantel had written many books among them two long historical novels which both have won the Booker Prize Wolf Hall

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    The only disappointing thing I can see about this book is that the title isn't true