Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan


Well Mr. McEwan, you may have just won me back with Sweet Tooth.

3/5 Storytelling (minus the self-indulgence).


8 responses

    • The one aspect of this particular book that I really enjoyed was the short stories within the story (one of the main characters is a writer). Ordinarily, I don’t like stories within stories (the last book I read that used this technique was Q by Evan Mandery and it let the novel down) but these stories are gripping! I’ll probably give The Children Act a go now.

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