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Review: No Night is Too Long

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NO NIGHT IS TOO LONG. (1994). Barbara Vine. ***. The narrator of this novel, Tim, is a sexually confused individual. He starts out as a heterosexual, changes to a homosexual, then a bi-sexual, and ... Read full review

Review: No Night is Too Long

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NO NIGHT IS TOO LONG. (1994). Barbara Vine. ***. The narrator of this novel, Tim, is a sexually confused individual. He starts out as a heterosexual, changes to a homosexual, then a bi-sexual, and ... Read full review

Review: No Night is Too Long

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A little too "British" for me, but some good twists and turns Read full review

Review: No Night is Too Long

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3.5 stars The twists at the end were great, but Tim's part simply dragged on too long. Read full review

Review: No Night is Too Long

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I nearly gave this up after about a third of the book but had to keep going. Unusual and not quite as gripping as the other ones I have read.Tim Cornish encounters Ivo and a steamy relationship ... Read full review

Review: No Night is Too Long

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Told through journals and letters, this is a strange story of love affairs, betrayals, castaways, and a ghost. Read full review

Review: No Night is Too Long

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I was a bit disappointed by this. I love Barbara Vine (the nasty side of Ruth Rendell), but although I finished this last night, I had to look up the title because I had forgotten it. It's as well written as her other books and I was always happy to get back to it but ... Read full review

Review: No Night is Too Long

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I prefer the television adaptation of this story because I found the dialogue to be a bit formal and stilted. Mysteries are not generally my genre though. Read full review


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