Summary

Moving between Nice and London, The Bay of Angels makes the point that not everyone needs conventional relationships to be happy. It relates the story of Zoe, whose life changes when her widowed mother marries a wealthy older man and moves to Nice.
©2001 Anita Brookner (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By RM Simon on 10-12-10

A "celebration" of passivity and death

As always, Eleanor Bron is a superb reader. The book, though, which is about characters of an astounding lack of vitality, itself lacks any narrative drive. The least interesting Anita Brookner I've read or listened to.

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