The Innocent

Author(s): Ian McEwan
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Product Number: Z11578
Released: Mar 15, 2016
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ISBN: #9781501927867
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War-weary Berlin has much to offer Leonard Markham, a young, naive postal engineer: first the arts of sophisticated intrigue, then the delights of sexual pleasure. But Leonard's new knowledge carries a heavy price, dragging him into a life that is exhaustively suspenseful and utterly irresistible.


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The Innocent
Product Number: BX00050575
Product Number:C4014
Product Number:Z11578

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All formats/editions

Author(s): Ian McEwan
Narrator(s): John Franklyn-Robbins
Product Number C4014
Released: Jan 31, 2007
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781428135970
Author(s): Ian McEwan
Product Number EB00148542
Released: Dec 27, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: #9780307761026

Professional reviews

"This 1989 novel is set in postwar Berlin, where a joint U.S.-British team is constructing a tunnel to spy on the Russians on the other side of the divided city. Leonard Marnham, a young British technician, finds himself deeply embroiled in the tunnel project, and deeply involved with Maria, with whom he falls in love. British narrator John Franklyn-Robbins is particularly good at delivering dialogue, capturing the rhythms and nuances skillfully. He not only handles Marnham's character well, he also does a convincing American accent for Marnham's enigmatic friend, Bob Glass. His pacing is somewhat languid, however, and the brief novel unfolds more slowly than it should. D.B. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"

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