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  1. says:

    When I was given the title of this book, I asked myself what it would be about. Sincerely I didn't expect to read something this good.
    The

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    Couldn't finished it just too slow for me. Kept bogging down in narrative. A lot of narrative. Kept waiting for

  3. says:

    Rotter's Club by Jonathan Coe in an absolute delight, a brilliant book not only for those who can actually remember those years (in Britain or elsewhere, such as behind the iron curtain which is my case), but for everyone who likes

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    The book was a gift so I was determined to persevere to the end, despite finding it lengthy, disjointed and vaguely unsatisfactory. It's a well written book. The characters are strong; I was very attracted to the main character, Ben; the plot was no than the passing of time through a somewhat biased, but nevertheless interesting story of the

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    I belated read "The Rotter's Club" after reading reviews of "Middle England", which really appeals,and realising that it was part of a trilogy. Being of an age with Jonathon Coe a lot of it resonated with me,the music,the disparate characters that every classroom contained then later the political scene,the casual racism and the current affa

  6. This is a very entertaining account of growing up in 1970's Birmingham, with a mixture of joy and some moments of real sadness and angst. This was a time of political unrest with the trade unions and management constantly at each other throats, and the IRA bombing pubs and other public places, and rising immigration, on which Enoch Powell

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    Johnathan Coe gets high praise from some critics but I can't follow. He's clearly a novelist with serious intent but his storylines don't draw me in, they seem episodic and I can't see where he's going with his characters a

  8. says:

    The book is the first part of a Trilogy. The other two are called “The Closed Circle” and “Middle England”. These, too, have the State of the Nation as their background: New Labour and Brexit respectively. Many of the characters in this first volume will reappear in the other two.

    This volume is lively, readable, and vividly ev

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    This is a very easy, but highly entertaining, coming of age novel set in the 1970s. I suspect that this book will not have as much impact if yo

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Rott. Couldn t finished it just too slow for me Kept bogging down in narrative A lot of narrative Kept waiting for the story to move forward I don t need a race to the finish but as I said just lost interest after about 50 pages