NUTSHELL, by Ian McEwan – A Review

This review is short and sweet. Like the book. Like a nut…

Hamlet with a modern twist. An unborn baby witnesses its mother’s betrayal when she shacks up with her husband’s brother. Mother and lover then plan to murder the husband. What can the unborn child do?
Extremely funny, mildly tragic and beautifully written. Ian McEwan in top form.

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