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Until I Find You

Irving, John

Edité par New York: Random House, 2005
ISBN 10: 1400063833 / ISBN 13: 9781400063833
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Titre : Until I Find You

Éditeur : New York: Random House

Date d'édition : 2005

Reliure : Hard Cover

Etat du livre : As New

Etat de la jaquette : As New

Signé : Signed by Author

Edition : First Edition, First Printing.

Description :

Signed by the author on the title page at the 2005 National Book Festival in Washington DC. N° de réf. du libraire 99-139

A propos du livre :

Book ratings provided by GoodReads) :
3,61 note moyenne
(21 365 avis)

Synopsis : Book by Irving John

Critique: As ever, Irving is at his best with the family relationships he creates. They are simultaneously touching and infuriating. It is with these relationships that Irving firmly grasps universal truths and puts a chokehold on his readers . Irving s descriptions are distressing to read, but they force the reader to relate to the characters in a way they would not in most works of fiction.
"Calgary Herald
"
Bittersweet . . . moving.
"People"
Until I Find You . . . cuts closer to the bone than any of [Irving s] previous works.
"Ottawa Citizen"
Praise for John Irving:
John Irving has received awards from the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundation; he has won an O. Henry Award, a National Book Award and an Oscar.
Irving s novels are perceptive and precise reflections of the world around us.
"The Washington Post Book World"
John Irving is one of the very finest writers alive today.
"The Associated Press
" A serious artist of remarkable powers.
"Chicago Sun-Times
" Irving s popularity is not hard to understand. His world is really the world according to nearly everyone.
"Time"
A premier storyteller, master of the tragicomic and among the first rank of contemporary novelists.
"Los Angeles Times Book Review"
[Irving s] instincts are so basically sound, his talent for storytelling so bright and strong that he gets down to the truth of his time.
"The New York Times Book Review
"
John Irving is a writer of prodigious talent.
"Calgary Herald"
John Irving is devoted to his people and his plots in a way that makes him unique among the most popular and widely read of the living American novelists. He has become his generation s Dickens.
"NOW Magazine
"
He is among the very best storytellers at work today. At the base of Irving s own moral concerns is a rare and lasting regard for human kindness.
"The Philadelphia Inquirer"
Praise for "The Fourth Hand"
A rich and deeply moving tale. . .Vintage Irving: A story of two very disparate people, and the strange ways we grow. . . . Irving s novels are perceptive and precise reflections of the world around us.
"The Washington Post Book World"
Using comedy, satiric social commentary and his adroit ability to tell a good yarn, Irving proffers a sweet love story with the very serious underlying theme of human transformation.
"Ottawa Citizen"
John Irving is one of the very finest writers alive today.
"The Associated Press""

"As ever, Irving is at his best with the family relationships he creates. They are simultaneously touching and infuriating. It is with these relationships that Irving firmly grasps universal truths and puts a chokehold on his readers.... Irving's descriptions are distressing to read, but they force the reader to relate to the characters in a way they would not in most works of fiction."
- Calgary Herald

"Bittersweet . . . moving."
- People
" Until I Find You . . . cuts closer to the bone than any of [Irving's] previous works."
- Ottawa Citizen
Praise for John Irving:
John Irving has received awards from the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundation; he has won an O. Henry Award, a National Book Award and an Oscar.
"Irving's novels are perceptive and precise reflections of the world around us."
-- The Washington Post Book World
"John Irving is one of the very finest writers alive today."
-- The Associated Press
"A serious artist of remarkable powers."
-- Chicago Sun-Times
"Irving's popularity is not hard to understand. His world is really the world according to nearly everyone."
-- Time
"A premier storyteller, master of the tragicomic and among the first rank of contemporary novelists."
-- Los Angeles Times Book Review
"[Irving's] instincts are so basically sound, his talent for storytelling so bright and strong that he gets down to the truth of his time.
-- The New York Times Book Review

"John Irving is a writer of prodigious talent."
-- Calgary Herald

"
John Irving is devoted to his people and his plots in a way that makes him unique among the most popular and widely read of the living American novelists. He has become his generation's Dickens."
-- NOW Magazine

"He is among the very best storytellers at work today. At the base of Irving's own moral concerns is a rare and lasting regard for human kindness."
-- The Philadelphia Inquirer
Praise for The Fourth Hand
"A rich and deeply moving tale. . .Vintage Irving: A story of two very disparate people, and the strange ways we grow. . . . Irving's novels are perceptive and precise reflections of the world around us."
-- The Washington Post Book World
"Using comedy, satiric social commentary and his adroit ability to tell a good yarn, Irving proffers a sweet love story with the very serious underlying theme of human transformation."
-- Ottawa Citizen
"John Irving is one of the very finest writers alive today."
-- The Associated Press

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