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Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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Lie Down in Darkness, is the story of Peyton Loftis, the beautiful daughter of Helen and Milton Loftis, her suicide, and her family's role her fate. This a sad yet forcefully compelling tale. Styron ... Read full review

Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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i've NEVER read anything by anyone so excruciatingly insightful and daring in the depiction of psychic pain. read slowly to savor...exquisite. Read full review

Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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Spectacular writing: extended descriptions of characters, moods, settings. A very difficult read for me in that I really liked the flow of words that is his rich style but (wow!), the characters. Nary ... Read full review

Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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Four stars only because I know what heights Styron reached in Sophie's Choice and The Confessions of Nat Turner. This first novel is still a masterpiece, but not the apex of Styron's career. Like ... Read full review

Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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As good as its awards imply. Painful, depressing, redemptive. Read full review

Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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OK! (That's an exclamation, not a rating). Helen turned out to be my favourite character... and she's bat-sh*t. Read full review

Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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Wow. Pretty depressing, as well as pretty brilliant. Read full review

Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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It took me 3 months to get through this=-in the bathtub, on the bus, at work--sll the while saying "Why a I reading this book about a girl dying? When I finally finished it, I exclaimed "This is the ... Read full review

Review: Lie Down in Darkness

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I loved the book and simply because it describes and gives you so many shades of hate and sin and ideals between the characters. The story takes place in the South and the transition of conscience ... Read full review


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