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A terrifying allegory of the dark times of the new millennium. A driver waiting at a red light suddenly becomes blind. So does his wife and the doctor who examines them. They are the first cases of an "epidemic" of blindness. A magnificent parable of loss and disorientation and a vivid evocation of the horrors of the 20th century, Blindness masterfully portrays man's worst appetites and weaknesses-and man's ultimately exhilarating spirit. The stunningly powerful novel of man's will to survive against all odds, by the winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize for Literature.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cedargrove - LibraryThing
Immersive, Evocative and Gripping. This was a book that made me homesick, not for a place, but for a state of being, and my faith. Though fictional, Watson's attention to detail in re-imagining ... Read full review
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The White Mare is a wonderful historical story, Jules Watson uses her amazing writing ability to give us a touching romance, along with historical details of the early Celtic culture at the time of ... Read full review