Book by le Carr John
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This powerful novel loses none of its impact in audiobook format. Quite the reverse; le Carré brings all the angry passion required for such a highly charged and dangerous subject. His voice has depth and range and the ability to stir the most committed armchair activist into action. ( Observer)
He reads his own work with a measured brilliance. Just one complaint. At six hours, it's over far too soon. ( Irish Times)
Le Carre's superb reading, framed in haunting African music, left me mesmerised. Every character leaps into life ... Finely crafted prose that rings absolutely true to the ear. ( The Independent, 20 Jan 2001)
... A veritable exercise in stillness ... As usal, he reads his own work with a measured brilliance. ( Irish Times, 20 Jan 2001)
... Arguably his finest work to date, and this Hodder Headline Audiobook offers the added pleasure of the author reading his own work in full ... Le Carre mixes the potent ingredients of convoluted conspiracy, violence and unbridled capitalism into a compelling tale that will not disappoint devotees and will convert those discovering him for the first time. ( Franklin Bishop, Citylights Magazine)
Frightening, heartbreaking and exquisitely calibrated, THE CONSTANT GARDENER is a profoundly moving story of a man ennobled by his wife's tragic murder, and a magnificent exploration of the dark side of unbridled capitalism.
le Carré's record-breaking 500,000 copy international bestseller now comes to the big screen. Directed by critically acclaimed Fernando Meirelles (CITY OF GOD), with an all-star cast featuring Ralph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz, Pete Postlethwaite and Bill Nighy, and shot on location in Berlin, Kenya and the UK, THE CONSTANT GARDENER will be the film tie-in of the year.
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Description du livre HODDER STOUGHTON PAPERBACKS, 2005. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P110340837098