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Paperback edition of the Man Booker Prize shortlisted novel featuring a boy who grows up with his mother in a single room. 'Room is that rarest of...
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ProWell written and sensitively portrayed
ProSpectacular - shocking and endearing in equal meas...
ConsI wanted it to go on for a few hundred more pages
ProEmotive, compelling in parts (not at the start), h...
ConsThe start seemed lacking direction & a bit confusi...
ProStrong, Believable characters, Compelling storylin...
Consnone for me!
ProEngrossing read.Beautifully written. Superb charac...
ProVery well created characters and cleverly written
ConsCould be upsetting for some
Prowell written; well paced; good characterisation; e...
Consperhaps a little dark for some tastes
Proa real page turner
Consslightly disturbing premise for a book
Probeautiful story, unique view point, fascinating
ConsJack's voice is hard to get to grips with at first...
ProAn exceptionally written book. Easy to read. Riv...
ConsHas the potential to be upsetting, but due to the ...
ProIt's very readable
ConsThe style might grate for some people
ProInteresting perspective, a little different to the...
ConsTakes a little while to get in to, quite a slow pa...
ProBeautifully told through five year old Jack, gripp...
ProPowerful, interesting spin on what we take for gra...
ConsScarily possible and claustrophobic at times
Author: Emma Donoghue
Listed on Ciao since: 07/11/2010