[ Ingenious Pain] EBOOK
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DYER IS DANGEROUS MAN HE Sis dangerous man He s Because He Does Not Care he does not care such people are always dangerous Endowed with special ift or maybe a curse he s imperious to pain both *physical and emotional And hence his lack of empathy ordinary human kinship a bit of compassion and *and emotional And hence his lack of empathy ordinary human kinship a bit of compassion and That something what makes us humansHe was born in a small English village as the result of not really romantic adventure on the rink and until the tenth year of life had never ever cried not even uttered a single word In silence unable to feel anything watched the world As a Assion than pain Until en route to St Petersburg to inoculate the Empress Catherine against smallpox he meets his nemesis and saviour. This isn t technically a review because I m afraid I abandoned the book about a third of the way through I just couldn t finish it I bought it on the strength of the author s novel Pure which I thoroughly enjoyed and which fascinated me on a intellectual level and moved me emotionally There was a main characte A little disappointing The first half or two thirds is uite engrossing and it s very well written although I wouldn t *Go So Far As To *so far as to dazzling or extraordinary as the critics on the cover proclaim but it just didn t do enough for me I don t think the characters in eneral and. At the dawn of the Enlightenment JAMES DYER IS BORN UNABLE Dyer is born unable to pain A source of wonder scientific curiosity as a child he ris. .
The main character in particular are fleshed out enough and the story doesn t do an awful lot It doesn t impart much in the way of wisdom or insight or offer any fresh or surprising perspectives If I d discovered it by accident I might have liked it but as I found it through the Guardian s list of 1000 books Not exactly a title that says pick me up and buy me but nevertheless a very richly detailed novel set in 18th century England one that really made me feel what it must have been like to be alive then Too many beautifully worded descriptions to repeat here but here s one on *a new born. Es through the ranks of Georgian society *new born. Es through the ranks of Georgian society become a brilliant surgeon Yet as a being he *become a brilliant surgeon Yet as a human being he he can no feel love and comp.
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