Am höchsten bewertete positive Rezension
am 5. Oktober 2016
More than in some of his other novels, Ian McEwan plays a capricious God to his characters, giving tragic outcomes to circumstances that are at first made to look innocuous. I was too squeamish to read one crucial part, which was not detrimental to the story. I enjoyed the book, but I could not relate to it. It is the work of a virtuoso, but in the end, trivial.