Darkness at Noon

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An aging revolutionary is imprisoned and psychologically tortured by the Party to which he has dedicated his life. He recalls a career that embodies the ironies and betrayals of a totalitarian government.

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Great insight into a world my generation never knew. - Goodreads
The ending paragraph punched me in the gut. - Goodreads
Wonderful writing style. - Goodreads
Also Koestler is a great writer, for what it's worth) - Goodreads
It's not in the prose style. - Goodreads
see my notes on "the invisible writing" - Goodreads

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User Review  - Sergiu Pobereznic - Goodreads

Brilliant writing. This novel is a fictionalized account seemingly set during the period of Stalin's purges, (the revolution). Brief synopsis: The protagonist is Rubashov, a Bolshevik who was once a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jane - Goodreads

After visiting the Stalin museum in Gori, Georgia, I wanted to understand a little more about the years after the Russian revolution. My sister suggested this book. It is a novel about Stalins second ... Read full review

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