The Rain Before It Falls (Vintage Contemporaries)

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"Concentrated and controlled [with] a depth of human understanding...for the admiring reader, the question may be whether "The Rain Before It Falls" is a diversion for Jonathan Coe, or whether it quietly announces a new direction." -Frances Taliaferro, "The Washington Post Book World"
"A triumph...from it's cryptically beautiful title to its subtly riveting narrative, from its amazing narrative voice to its satisfying and moving conclusion." --Timothy Peters, "San Francisco Chronicle"
"A novel told in a simple, decent voice is as welcome as it is rare...Absorbing, graceful and melancholy." --Karen R. Long, Cleveland "Plain-Dealer"
"Dignified and sure...Skillfully layered and plotted." --"The Atlantic Monthly"
"A complex intergenerational mosaic of mothers and daughters." --"The New Yorker
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"Precise and considered, restrained but unblinking...[Coe's] tensest and most affecting work." --Matthew Peters, "The Boston Globe"
"Jonathan Coe's small masterpiece." --Regina Marler, "New York Observer"
"Quiet, elegiac, never straying into sentiment, ["The Rain Before It Falls"] is perhaps the most spare yet poetic of Coe's novels." --Anna Mundow, "The Boston Globe
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"Coe painstakingly builds a psychological mystery evoking the suspense and dread of books such as Ian McEwan's "Atonement," This brief novel makes an emotionally overwhelming case that within ordinary women's lives there are profound reserves of beauty and despair, crumbled hopes and the purest love." --Kyle Smith," People"
"Coe articulates a fierce, emotional current whose sweep catches the reader and doesn't let go until the very end." --"Publishers Weekly"

"From the Hardcover edition."

"A profoundly moving meditation on misfired relationships, Coe's elegaic seventh novel plumbs the depths of withheld love and emotional austerity among three generations of emotionally dysfunctional women." -James Urquhart, "Financial Times"
"Concentrated and controlled [with] a depth of human understanding...for the admiring reader, the question may be whether "The Rain Before It Falls" is a diversion for Jonathan Coe, or whether it quietly announces a new direction." -Frances Taliaferro, "The Washington Post Book World"
"A triumph...from it's cryptically beautiful title to its subtly riveting narrative, from its amazing narrative voice to its satisfying and moving conclusion." --Timothy Peters, "San Francisco Chronicle"
"A novel told in a simple, decent voice is as welcome as it is rare...Absorbing, graceful and melancholy." --Karen R. Long, Cleveland "Plain-Dealer"
"Dignified and sure...Skillfully layered and plotted." --"The Atlantic Monthly"
"A complex intergenerational mosaic of mothers and daughters." --"The New Yorker
"
"Precise and considered, restrained but unblinking...[Coe's] tensest and most affecting work." --Matthew Peters, "The Boston Globe"
"Jonathan Coe's small masterpiece." --Regina Marler, "New York Observer"
"Quiet, elegiac, never straying into sentiment, ["The Rain Before It Falls"] is perhaps the most spare yet poetic of Coe's novels." --Anna Mundow, "The Boston Globe
"
"Coe painstakingly builds a psychological mystery evoking the suspense and dread of books such as Ian McEwan's "Atonement," This brief novel makes an emotionally overwhelming case that within ordinary women's lives there are profound reserves of beauty anddespair, crumbled hopes and the purest love." --Kyle Smith," People"
"Coe articulates a fierce, emotional current whose sweep catches the reader and doesn't let go until the very end." --"Publishers Weekly"

"From the Hardcover edition."

A triumph . . . from its amazing narrative voice to its satisfying and moving conclusion. "San Francisco Chronicle" Coe painstakingly builds a psychological mystery evoking the suspense and dread of books such as Ian McEwan's "Atonement" . Emotionally overwhelming. "People" Quiet, elegiac, never straying into sentiment, ["The Rain Before It Falls"] is perhaps the most spare yet poetic of Coe's novels. "The Boston Globe" A gripping family drama worthy of Alice Munro. "Time Out New York ""A profoundly moving meditation on misfired relationships, Coe's elegaic seventh novel plumbs the depths of withheld love and emotional austerity among three generations of emotionally dysfunctional women." James Urquhart, "Financial Times""Concentrated and controlled [with] a depth of human understanding...for the admiring reader, the question may be whether "The Rain Before It Falls" is a diversion for Jonathan Coe, or whether it quietly announces a new direction." Frances Taliaferro, "The Washington Post Book World" A novel told in a simple, decent voice is as welcome as it is rare Absorbing, graceful and melancholy. Karen R. Long, Cleveland "Plain-Dealer" Dignified and sure Skillfully layered and plotted. "The Atlantic Monthly" A complex intergenerational mosaic of mothers and daughters. "The New Yorker" Precise and considered, restrained but unblinking [Coe s] tensest and most affecting work. Matthew Peters, "The Boston Globe" Jonathan Coe s small masterpiece. Regina Marler, "New York Observer" Coe articulates a fierce, emotional current whose sweep catches the reader and doesn t let go until the very end. "Publishers Weekly""

"A triumph . . . from its amazing narrative voice to its satisfying and moving conclusion." --San Francisco Chronicle"Coe painstakingly builds a psychological mystery evoking the suspense and dread of books such as Ian McEwan's Atonement.... Emotionally overwhelming." --People "Quiet, elegiac, never straying into sentiment, [The Rain Before It Falls] is perhaps the most spare yet poetic of Coe's novels." --The Boston Globe"A gripping family drama worthy of Alice Munro." --Time Out New York "A profoundly moving meditation on misfired relationships, Coe's elegaic seventh novel plumbs the depths of withheld love and emotional austerity among three generations of emotionally dysfunctional women." --James Urquhart, Financial Times"Concentrated and controlled [with] a depth of human understanding...for the admiring reader, the question may be whether The Rain Before It Falls is a diversion for Jonathan Coe, or whether it quietly announces a new direction." --Frances Taliaferro, The Washington Post Book World"A novel told in a simple, decent voice is as welcome as it is rare...Absorbing, graceful and melancholy." --Karen R. Long, Cleveland Plain-Dealer"Dignified and sure...Skillfully layered and plotted." --The Atlantic Monthly"A complex intergenerational mosaic of mothers and daughters." --The New Yorker"Precise and considered, restrained but unblinking...[Coe's] tensest and most affecting work." --Matthew Peters, The Boston Globe"Jonathan Coe's small masterpiece." --Regina Marler, New York Observer"Coe articulates a fierce, emotional current whose sweep catches the reader and doesn't let go until the very end." --Publishers Weekly

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Ranging from wartime Shropshire to London and Toronto at the turn of the twenty-first century, a moving family saga examines the events and relationships that bind generations of a family, as the elderly Rosamund records her memories of her troubled cousin Beatrix and the tragedy that transformed all of their lives. Reprint.

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