The Sense of the Ending by Julian Barnes (16/52)

What happens when evidence is presented to you that challenges the stories you’ve always told about your past? Can you trust your own recollections? Barnes delivers a brilliant exploration of the frailties of the mind and our need to be the hero in our own lives. The writing is crisp, with never a wasted word. Barnes narrator is astoundingly trustworthy, until he is not. Couldn’t put it down. Strongly recommended.

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