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Envy

A Novel

by Kathryn Harrison

Envy by Kathryn Harrison X
Envy by Kathryn Harrison
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  • First Published:
    Jul 2005, 320 pages

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    Jul 2006, 320 pages

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Nick

Amazing
Brilliant, lucid language, considered plot, satisfying ending.
Eddiebloue

Bored to death
By an author who is capable of writing literature, this "book" is a self-serving journey into the field of psychiatry and I, for one, have never had much use for psycho-babble.
Aside from that, it appears that the author is obsessed by sex and male orgasm----
This book is boring.
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