Summary

A young sea captain discovers a stowaway - and allows him to stay, eventually seeing in him a reflection of himself. Or perhaps that's all there ever was. Wendy Mullen's contralto voice captures the music of the sea; you'll be mesmerized by the telling and the tale. Conrad is at his best, and Mullen's reading captivates.
Public Domain (P)2012 Wendy Ellison Mullen
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4 out of 5 stars
By Darwin8u on 06-04-13

Conrad's literary rigging is tight.

2013 has definitely been my year of doppelgänger books. 'The Secret Sharer' belongs on the shelf next to Doestoevsky's 'the Double', Nabokov's 'Despair', Highsmith's 'The Talented Mr. Ripley', and Roth's 'Operation Shylock' and probably 'the Epic of Gilgamesh' too.

These are all great doppelgänger books, and Conrad's 'Secret Sharer' is not inferior to any of them. Conrad constantly delivers on the nuance of his language, his thought, and his absolute control of the English language.

Conrad's literary rigging is tight and when you step onto one of Conrad's novels (or in this case novellas) you recognize from the first word to the final period that Conrad is in absolute control and knows exactly where he is taking you AND your creepy twin.

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4 out of 5 stars
By uriah1970 on 01-01-18

The Secret Sharer by Joseph Conrad

An hour and forty-seven minutes to read on New Years Day 2018. Now on to the Heart of Darkness.

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