Justine

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Faber & Faber, 1957 - Alexandria (Egypt) - 253 pages
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Lushly poetic writing. - Goodreads
Durrell's prose is gorgeous. - Goodreads
The book itself has extremely well written imagery. - Goodreads
This novel has some densely evocative prose. - Goodreads
Amazing landscape writing - Goodreads
I prefer a bit of a plot. - Goodreads

Review: Justine (Alexandria Quartet #1)

User Review  - Sergiu Pobereznic - Goodreads

Book #1 in the quartet. You will either Love it or Hate it. I LOVED IT! Set against the atmospheric backdrop of Alexandria, this is a novel about love, betrayal, adultery, prostitution in all its hues ... Read full review

Review: Justine (Alexandria Quartet #1)

User Review  - Ed Lehman - Goodreads

Parts of this novel...in fact most of it are very poetic...dreamlike. I found myself drifting off repeatedly though. But, do I want to read the rest of the quartet? not really. Read full review

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