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Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D. H. Lawrence

“For Connie had adopted the standard of the young: what there was in the moment was everything. And moments followed one another without necessarily belonging to one another.”

#theguywiththebookreview presents Lady Chatterley’s Lover by DH Lawrence

Let’s first address the elephant in the room, what is Faroukh doing reading Lady Chatterly’s Lover. Well. It was for free and I got curious.

Well, curiosity killed the elephant and he’s no more.

Based on the quote you’d think you’ll get a very deep book, it’s not.

DH Lawrence gives us some absolutely brilliant streams of consciousness throughout the book but it’s laden with what some would call guilty pleasures but to me they were just annoying.

This is the kind of book you would want someone to read if you wanted them to feel annoyed. There are several rants and a lot of the book is just plain boring.

As expected it’s dramatic and the character’s behaviors are just something you don’t get.

I would recommend this to all of my enemies, suffer, as I have. Click HERE to buy the book via my affiliate link.

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