Book Review: The Tennis Partner by Abraham Verghesecategories: Book, Berlin Olympics, Coming of Age, Cultural Dynamics, Ethiopia, Family Dynamics, Historical Fiction, Japan, Japanese Internment, Literary Fiction, American History
A Compassionate StoryI loved this book. Verghese was so full of compassion, so obviously pained that the story had a profound effect on me as a reader. I don't have my own copy - I read it from the Public Library here in Barbados. There were times when I felt that some editing was needed - some of the narrative is extended, perhaps too informative - the style of writing, however this may also add to the pathos of the inevitable sad end. This book was written with love, compassion and understanding.
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