The Bird's Nest

McClelland & Stewart, 5 de jan. de 2016 - 208 páginas
A brilliant, haunting exploration of madness.
Elizabeth is, to all appearances, an ordinary, even unremarkable girl. She works an ordinary job, lives with her aunt, and sustains herself with the money she inherited from her aunt. It’s not until chronic pain leads her to a psychiatrist that it becomes clear that there isn’t only one Elizabeth – there are four distinct personalities at work, each with their own attitudes and goals.
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This is not a book that can be considered an easy read, nor one to sit and relax with. It's complex and twisting and needs your full attention. An intriguing read. Ler resenha completa

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I'm a big Jackson fan but had previously only read her easier-to-find later works, so it's exciting to have gotten my hands finally on a couple of the recent Penguin reprints of her early novels ... Ler resenha completa

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Shirley Jackson was an American author best known for "The Lottery," a short story originally appearing in The New Yorker, and for the ghost-story novel The Haunting of Hill House.

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