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The Razor's Edge by W. Somerset Maugham. 0.0 — 0 ratings — 0 reviews subjects: Fiction. Tweet. Sign up or Log in to rate this book and submit a review. There are currently no other reviews for this book. Excerpt. I have never begun a novel with more misgiving. If I call it a novel it is only because I don’t know what else to call it. I have little story to tell and I end neither with.
Warning: This review may contain minor spoilers. Many times liking a book or not comes down to personal preference in what types of stories and characters you prefer. Razor’s Edge started at a disadvantage with me. The book was set in an era I normally don’t get excited about and featured a character that is my least favorite of the “Big.
The Razor’s Edge is a novel about Larry Darrell in them. In structure, however, it is much closer to a series of loosely collected short stories featuring the same cast of characters. In structure, however, it is much closer to a series of loosely collected short stories featuring the same cast of characters.
Book Review: The Razor’s Edge. W hen I was in primary school, my parents were avid readers of novels. The Readers’ Book Club sent a hard copy version of the latest novel by mail, every month. Their favourite authors, by far, were John Steinbeck, AJ Cronin and Somerset Maugham. When I introduced my next door neighbour, Marko, to the blokes’ book club, I retained a degree of trepidation as.
The Razor’s Edge, philosophical novel by W. Somerset Maugham, published in 1944. The novel is concerned in large part with the search for the meaning of life and with the dichotomy between materialism and spirituality. Set in Chicago, Paris, and India in the 1920s and ’30s, it involves characters.
The Razor's Edge, Bill Murray's first attempt at a serious dramatic role, was received with less than stellar reviews at the time of it's release, but it set a precedent he would follow the rest.
Along the Razor’s Edge will make you mad. It will make you hold your breath, pump your fist, pause and reflect, and swear at 2am. It will do all these things and more, because it is one hell of a great story. For me, it was more than just reading a book. It was an experience.