The Reader – Bernhard Schlink

June 13, 2009

the-reader I have to say that this book drew me in immediately and I couldn’t put it down. The story is about a relationship between a 15 year old boy and a 36 year old woman. Although it is a complicated relationship, there is love and passion until one day she just disappears. The two do not see

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is on trial for committing a hideous crime. There are so many unanswered questions for the boy as well

as the reader, and I have to say there is not a lot of closure in the end which I had a hard time with. I wanted answers and to know more. I liked the beginning of the

book a whole lot better then the end, but I am glad that I read it and now I think I will see the movie, which stars Kate Winslet. She won the Best Actress Award at the Oscars for her role.

  • Susan Gabriel

    Hi Betsy,
    I just finished The Reader last night. I had watched the movie the weekend before and was curious if the book offered more insight into the characters. I enjoyed the book, but, like you, it left me with so many questions.

    I will be curious what you think of the movie.

    All the best,
    Susan Gabriel