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Whats your favourite Graham Greene?

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weevilswobble Sun 30-Dec-12 19:24:40

Have just read The End Of The Affair, it was my first Graham Greene. I love how he writes. I'm no literary expert but am finding i love some writers and cant be doing with thrashy stuff.
So which GG would you recommend i read next?

Mockingcurl Tue 08-Jan-13 20:56:01

Studied The Power and The Glory for O level. Absolutely awful book. Loved Brighton Rock.

GetOrf Tue 08-Jan-13 20:57:55

I fekt exactly the same abnout the End of the Affair - devoured it in a few days.

tumbletumble Wed 09-Jan-13 19:59:15

Have to disagree with previous posters. I absolutely loved The Power and The Glory - one of my favourite books ever. Brighton Rock is good too.

DoubleMum Wed 09-Jan-13 20:17:57

Brighton Rock.

weevilswobble Wed 09-Jan-13 21:14:36

Wasnt getting a vibe from Brighton Rock....
Anyway, England Made Me came in the post today! (i tried my local bookshop, didnt have it in stock or their wholesaler, tried 2 second hand shops in town to no avail, the second one suggested which is an independent site, got it there)

Verenap Thu 10-Jan-13 11:17:54

Margaret Atwood's the Handmaid's Tale

cheapskatemum Tue 15-Jan-13 09:35:55

My favourites are Our Man in Havanna & ...The Power & the Glory, for completely different reasons. The former was oddball & funny, the latter deep & really made me think about faith. Obviously a Marmite book. Libraries usually have a shelf full of GG's, that's how I first got into them!

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