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Barney's Version by Mordecai Richler (25-Sep-1997)

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Original name book: Barney's Version by Mordecai Richler (25-Sep-1997)

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Publisher: Chatto & Windus; First Edition First Printing edition (25 Sept. 1997) (1600)

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Customer Reviews
  • By Robert Reitter on March 3, 2015

    Saw the movie first, and found it interesting enough to get the book. Astonished that the book is in the form of a memoir, an interior monologue reviewing the marriages of the protagonist. No holds barred, no secrets untold it makes for roller coaster reading. But the book, like the movie has depth to it and a solid structure, and leaves us with empathy for a complex, flawed, even tragic narrator.

  • By pamela friedland on September 18, 2014

    tough guy not so tough. great honesty as far as the limits of the protagonist's nature allows. a very funny book, definitely meat and potatoes fare, and yet full of incisive observations.The aging canadian Jewish man warts and all. A great writer who is not afraid of self revelation gives the reader an uncomfortable insight into the dread cobwebs that accumulate round us all with time.

  • By Kyle on October 19, 2014

    Read this because of the movie. Loved Loved Loved the movie (one of my top 10). The book is good, but this is one of the few times where I think I like the movie better--not because the book is bad, but because the movie is great.

  • By OD on March 10, 2018

    A great book.

  • By Grace Roman on October 4, 2014

    So I only read this book after seeing the movie. You really do take a random trip down "Barney's" memory lane. It can get a little confusing, but it's like you are really IN his head and his thoughts are so random. it's a cute story and hope you enjoy it.

  • By StellaDora on March 3, 2013

    What a great book. Mordecai Richler was a true Canadian treasurer. What a storyteller. A must read for any husband.

  • By Daniel R Lewis on November 10, 2015

    Good yarn with a lot of Canadian and Quebec references. Mordecai Richler was a unique person and his writing reflects this.

  • By Josie Power on April 24, 2011

    Well worth the read!!! Barny Panovsky is, intelligent, synical, disrespectfull and hopeless - but is brutally honest with himself and knows all this! It's a very 'in your face' laugh at loud at times, read. Would highly recommend this book to anyone who thinks outside the square and loves dry wit!

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