The End of the Affair

images-2The End of the Affair
by Graham Greene –
1951 / 192 pages
read by Colin Firth 6h 28m
rating – 8.5

Greene writes from a confused Catholic perspective about a man who is having an affair with a woman whose husband is an impotent civil servant.   The book is from the perspective of both Maurice Bendrix, as the first person man in love,  and Sarah Miles (her diary),  the married woman. >>>> MORE >>>> 

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