"Does not everything depend on our interpretation of the silence around us?"
I was reading Henry Miller's book about his time in Greece, "The Colossus of Maroussi," and the English novelist Lawrence Durrell, who lived in Greece, makes a number of appearances. His reputation rests on "The Alexandria Quartet," which came out between 1957 and 1960 and is ranked by the Modern Library as one of the 100 best novels of the 20th century. The other reviewers clearly loved it, but I couldn't get into it and found it pretty dull. Followed by "Balthazar." I do like the cover, which was done by a tattoo artist.
I don't think that Balthasar is the second one in the series. Isn't it Clea?? It's vital that you read them in the correct order. It's a magnificent series. I'm about to read it again after a long time. I usually rate it as one of my all-time favourites when people ask.
This book blew me away. One of the most powerful experiences I have had with a novel. Totally unexpected and wonderful. Beautiful beautiful beautiful.
Sadly, I was not as blown away by the next book in the series - Balthazar
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