Wednesday, April 18, 2007

reviews of The Rebels

The Complete Review: "overheated, but effective period-piece."

Los Angeles Times: "Márai paints his characters so convincingly that, scene after scene, the story remains tense with suspense."

New York Sun: "The novel is marked by passages of bleak elegiac grandeur."

The New Yorker: "Back in 1930, though, he was still writing books that were merely very, very good."


Anonymous Tündi said...

hi! do you know the original, i mean the hungarian title of the rebels?? i'm really interested in which of his books got that famous in the USA. thanks!

7/17/2007 1:44 AM  
Blogger Jessica Schneider said...

I don't know if you would like to mention that Embers is the book club pick over at Monsters & Critics. (Jess's Book Club--I'm the editor).

Sorry--you have to paste that in your browser. There is also a review as well.

I also mentioned it on my own blog, if you want to check that out.

9/30/2007 10:12 AM  
Blogger Rohan said...

Hi Eric, Words Without Borders is discussing the Rebels all this month in our book club, headed by Mark Sarvas from the Elegant Variation. Do stop by and feel free to pitch in with your comments:

Blogmaster, Words Without Borders

10/10/2007 1:02 PM  
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11/17/2007 3:16 PM  

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