Ian McEwan: On Chesil Beach

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Praise for "Saturday
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"[McEwan] is the master clockmaster of novelists, piecing together cogs and wheels of his plots with unerring meticulousness....Finely wrought and shimmering with intelligence..."
--"New York Times Book Review"
"In "Saturday," the marvelously gifted Ian McEwan turns a single day into nearly twenty-four hours emblematic of an entire era."
--"Chicago Tribune
""McEwan is supremely gifted...."Saturday" is a tour de force."
--"Washington Post Book World
""McEwan is in the first tier of novelists writing in English today....He has achieved a complete mastery of his craft."
"--New York Observer
""Impeccable...Beautifully crafted...Fluid, richly textured...Engrossing."
"--Entertainment Weekly
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“Heartbreaking. . . . Breathtaking. . . . Masterly. . . . No one now writing in English surpasses or even matches McEwan's accomplishment.” —"The Washington Post Book World"
“Remarkable, engaging, and gripping. . . . "On Chesil Beach" is not only a wonderful read but also perhaps that rarest of things: a perfect novel.”
—"San Francisco Chronicle"
“Dazzling. . . . McEwan treats [his subject] with a boundless sympathy, one that enlists the reader even as it disguises the fact that this seeming novel of manners is as fundamentally a horror novel as any [he's] written.”
—Jonathan Lethem, "The New York Times Book Review"
“A small, perfect, haunting work of art. . . . McEwan draws a humane, touching, sometimes comic portrait of marital misunderstanding in an era when so much less was sayable, or said.”
—"Los Angeles Times Book Review"
“Vintage McEwan. . . . His finely honed prose is a de

"Heartbreaking. . . . Breathtaking. . . . Masterly. . . . No one now writing in English surpasses or even matches McEwan's accomplishment." --"The Washington Post Book World""Remarkable, engaging, and gripping. . . . "On Chesil Beach" is not only a wonderful read but also perhaps that rarest of things: a perfect novel." --"San Francisco Chronicle""Dazzling. . . . McEwan treats [his subject] with a boundless sympathy, one that enlists the reader even as it disguises the fact that this seeming novel of manners is as fundamentally a horror novel as any [he's] written." --Jonathan Lethem, "The New York Times Book Review""A small, perfect, haunting work of art. . . . McEwan draws a humane, touching, sometimes comic portrait of marital misunderstanding in an era when so much less was sayable, or said." --"Los Angeles Times Book Review""Vintage McEwan. . . . His finely honed prose is a deep pleasure to experience." --"Chicago Sun-Times""Marvelously realized. . . .Wrenching, funny, smart, and hugely gratifying in unexpected ways. . . . "On Chesil Beach" is as merciful to its characters as it is merciless in its heartbreak." --"The Boston Globe""Exquisite. . . . compressed, crisp, [and] warmly specific. . . .[A] small masterpiece." --"Entertainment Weekly," "A""Quietly riveting. . . . McEwan has never written more beautifully than he does in [this] melancholy and haunting new novel." --"O, The Oprah Magazine""A poignant meditation on love's ebb and flow." --"Vogue""A parable of failed empathy . . . mordant [and] melancholy." --"The Village Voice""Completely absorbing. . . . [I]nfused with a bitter poignancy...intense and powerful . . . a masterpiece." --"The Philadelphia Inquirer"

Heartbreaking. . . . Breathtaking. . . . Masterly. . . . No one now writing in English surpasses or even matches McEwan's accomplishment. "The Washington Post Book World" Remarkable, engaging, and gripping. . . . "On Chesil Beach" is not only a wonderful read but also perhaps that rarest of things: a perfect novel. "San Francisco Chronicle" Dazzling. . . . McEwan treats [his subject] with a boundless sympathy, one that enlists the reader even as it disguises the fact that this seeming novel of manners is as fundamentally a horror novel as any [he's] written. Jonathan Lethem, "The New York Times Book Review" A small, perfect, haunting work of art. . . . McEwan draws a humane, touching, sometimes comic portrait of marital misunderstanding in an era when so much less was sayable, or said. "Los Angeles Times Book Review" Vintage McEwan. . . . His finely honed prose is a deep pleasure to experience. "Chicago Sun-Times" Marvelously realized. . . .Wrenching, funny, smart, and hugely gratifying in unexpected ways. . . . "On Chesil Beach" is as merciful to its characters as it is merciless in its heartbreak. "The Boston Globe" Exquisite. . . . compressed, crisp, [and] warmly specific. . . .[A] small masterpiece. "Entertainment Weekly," A Quietly riveting. . . . McEwan has never written more beautifully than he does in [this] melancholy and haunting new novel. "O, The Oprah Magazine" A poignant meditation on love's ebb and flow. "Vogue" A parable of failed empathy . . . mordant [and] melancholy. "The Village Voice" Completely absorbing. . . . [I]nfused with a bitter poignancy intense and powerful . . . a masterpiece. "The Philadelphia Inquirer""

Heartbreaking. . . . Breathtaking. . . . Masterly. . . . No one now writing in English surpasses or even matches McEwan's accomplishment." The Washington Post Book World

Remarkable, engaging, and gripping. . . . On Chesil Beach is not only a wonderful read but also perhaps that rarest of things: a perfect novel." San Francisco Chronicle

Dazzling. . . . McEwan treats [his subject] with a boundless sympathy, one that enlists the reader even as it disguises the fact that this seeming novel of manners is as fundamentally a horror novel as any [he's] written." Jonathan Lethem, The New York Times Book Review

A small, perfect, haunting work of art. . . . McEwan draws a humane, touching, sometimes comic portrait of marital misunderstanding in an era when so much less was sayable, or said." Los Angeles Times Book Review

Vintage McEwan. . . . His finely honed prose is a deep pleasure to experience." Chicago Sun-Times

Marvelously realized. . . .Wrenching, funny, smart, and hugely gratifying in unexpected ways. . . . On Chesil Beach is as merciful to its characters as it is merciless in its heartbreak." The Boston Globe

Exquisite. . . . compressed, crisp, [and] warmly specific. . . .[A] small masterpiece." Entertainment Weekly, A

Quietly riveting. . . . McEwan has never written more beautifully than he does in [this] melancholy and haunting new novel." O, The Oprah Magazine

A poignant meditation on love's ebb and flow." Vogue

A parable of failed empathy . . . mordant [and] melancholy." The Village Voice

Completely absorbing. . . . [I]nfused with a bitter poignancy intense and powerful . . . a masterpiece." The Philadelphia Inquirer

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The bestselling, Booker Prize-winning author of Atonement brilliantly illuminates the collision of sexual longing, deep-seated fears, and romantic fantasy on a young couple s wedding night.
It is 1962, and Florence and Edward are celebrating their wedding in a hotel on the Dorset coast. Yet as they dine, the expectation of their marital duties become overwhelming. Unbeknownst to them both, the decisions they make this night will resonate throughout their lives. With exquisite prose, Ian McEwan creates in On Chesil Beach a story of lives transformed by a gesture not made or a word not spoken."

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