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O Fardo do Amor Num ventoso dia de Primavera, um bal o de ar quente arrastado pelo vento com um rapaz no interior do cesto Na tentativa de salvar a crian a, v rias pessoas se aproximam Jed Parry um dos estranhos que se junta a Joe Rose para tentar ajudar o rapaz Sem Joe se aperceber, algo de estranho se passa entre ambos nesse dia algo que gera uma tal obsess o em Jed, que por prova o racionalismo cient fico de Joe, amea ar o amor da sua mulher Clarissa, e o obrigar a tomar medidas desesperadas para proteger a pr pria vida.Ian McEwan escreve magistralmente sobre o perigo e a vulnerabilidade humana mas nunca o tinha feito de uma forma t o acutilante e absorvente como nesta obra Terrivelmente veros mil e de leitura compulsiva, este um romance de amor, f e suspense, que mostra como a vida de um homem comum se pode transformar radicalmente de um dia para o outro, conduzindo o ao limiar do crime e da loucura. Best Read [ O Fardo do Amor ] author [ Ian McEwan ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. This is a mid career novel by McEwan, 1997 It s about erotomania, the syndrome characterized by the delusional idea, usually in a young woman, that a man whom she considers to be of higher social and or professional standing, who may be a complete stranger, is in love with her He sends her signs and messages that only she can interpret, keeping the delusion alive It can occur in males too, as it does in this story, especially in men who have social disabilities are disconnected loners with n This is a mid career novel by McEwan, 1997 It s about erotomania, the syndrome characterized by the delusional idea, usually in a young woman, that a man whom she considers to be of higher social and or professional standing, who may be a complete stranger, is in love with her He sends her signs and messages that only she can interpret, keeping the delusion alive It can occur in males too, as it does in this story, especially in men who have social disabilities are disconnected loners with no friends, and may already have schizophrenia or other disorders McEwan doesn t use the word erotomania though, he calls it by its original name, De Clerambault s syndrome.The sudden and obsessive love is directed at our main character, a married male journalist who w...

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  3. There is a vague memory of me watching the film adaptation of Enduring Love some years ago starring a pre 007 Daniel Craig, the fact I hardly remember a thing helped not to spoil the book, which turned out to be an interesting read, but was far from being anything particularly special The story mainly consists of two vastly different men, Joe Rose, writer, model citizen, well respected, and Jed Parry, a strange obsessive lunatic The novel starts with a dramatic set piece of high tension, a hot There is a vague memory of me watching the film adaptation of Enduring Love some years ago starring a pre 007 Daniel Craig, the fact I hardly remember a thing helped not to spoil the book, which turned out to be an interesting read, but was far from being anything particularly special The story mainly consists of two vastly different men, Joe Rose, writer, model citizen, well respected, and Jed Parry, a strange obsessive lunatic The novel starts with a dramatic set piece of high tension, a hot air ballooning accident in the Chiltern Hills and the men trying to stop it Joe is one of them, Parry is another, where for a moment the men are hanging on by ropes, trying to keep the balloon grounded as strong gusts of wind play havoc The combined weight of all will keep the basket s occupant, a 10 year old boy, on the ground But after a tragic outcome, this is where Jed Parry and Joe Rose become acquainted, and the start of a living nightmare for Rose.The opening was...

  4. What happens when people confuse their own feelings of possession with love for another person, and expect the other person to buy into their delusion a catastrophe in slow motion The scary part of this novel, one of Ian McEwan s better works, is not the mentally ill stalker and his eruptions of violence That bit is a psychological thriller of quite conventional dimensions The scary part is how stress from an external source can reveal the incompatibility of two passionate lovers, believing What happens when people confuse their own feelings of possession with love for another person, and expect the other person to buy into their delusion a catastrophe in slow motion The scary part of this novel, one of Ian McEwan s better works, is not the mentally ill stalker and his eruptions of violence That bit is a psychological thriller of quite conventional dimensions The scary part is how stress from an external source can reveal the incompatibility of two passionate lovers, believing they are a team until they are thrown into a game where ...

  5. Even though I liked much of Choupette s review this morning, I disagreed with her conclusions so, although I m clearly in the minority here, let me present my take Choupette starts off by observingreally what the book is about is the conflict between a way of thinking based on logical scientific reasoning and one based on emotions Literature, versus science Do the scientific illiterates who run the National Library really believe that literature is mankind s greatest achievement or som Even though I liked much of Choupette s review this morning, I disagreed with her conclusions so, although I m clearly in the minority here, let me present my take Choupette starts off by observingreally what the book is about is the conflict between a way of thinking based on logical scientific reasoning and one based on emotions Literature, versus science Do the scientific illiterates who run the National Library really believe that literature is mankind s greatest achievement or something to that effect , the protagonist is heard to say on one occasion A provocative statement, Mr McEwan.It is indeed provocative, and I also think it s at the heart of what the book is about To me, however, the passage is intended to be deeply ironic The hero, Joe, is a science journa...

  6. Ian McEwan s novels tend to revolve around a single event, a single moment, or day This day will change the character s life and everyone around them It shows the past and the future spiraling around this one narrative point in the story He s at his best in this format, and that definitely shows in Enduring Love It is essentially a case study of a man suffering from extreme, disturbing delusions and a fierce obsession, and the man who struggles to deal with being the object of that obsession Ian McEwan s novels tend to revolve around a single event, a single moment, or day This day will change the character s life and everyone around them It shows the past and the future spiraling around this one narrative point in the story He s at his best in this format, and that definitely shows in Enduring Love It is essentially a case study of a man suffering from extreme, disturbing delusions and a fierce obsession, and the man who struggles to deal with being the object of that obsession But it never felt clinical to me It did start a bit slow, a bit ponderously, I will admit that But his language got me anyway, with a great deal of beautiful imagery and explorations on various themes After that, McEwan rapidly builds the tension and suspense, despite the fact that the whole thi...

  7. Enduring Love is either a brilliant camp comedy or one of the worst attempts at serious fiction ever.Joe and his wife Clarissa are having a picnic when they spot a falling baloon A man tries desperately to pin the balloon to the ground to save his son who s inside, traumatized Joe and a group of men who happened to be at the place run to help The experiment goes bad the man rolls to the ground while Joe and other men let go of the balloon The balloon goes up into the air with one of the st Enduring Love is either a brilliant camp comedy or one of the worst attempts at serious fiction ever.Joe and his wife Clarissa are having a picnic when they spot a falling baloon A man tries desperately to pin the balloon to the ground to save his son who s inside, traumatized Joe and a group of men who happened to be at the place run to help The experiment goes bad the man rolls to the ground while Joe and other men let go of the balloon The balloon goes up into the air with one of the strangers still holding it nevertheless, he lets go too at considerable height and falls to the ground, dying instantly.One of the stranger, Jed, starts looking at Joe Joe doesn t know what s going on but we do Jed has developed an obsession with Joe He fell in love with him and wants to be happy with him under the watchful eye of God.He s desperate.The characters are so unsympathetic that...

  8. During this stressful work week I was looking for a quick escape from one of my favorite authors, with much anticipation, but ended with a disappointment Enduring Love was the weakest among the 9 McEwan s books I ve read so far.Scientific writer Joe rose met Jed parry during a heroic group act to rescue a 10 year old boy during an air balloon accident, and unfortunately the uncoordinated act led to the death of one of the rescuers Jed became obsessed with his unrequited love for already guilt During this stressful work week I was looking for a quick escape from one of my favorite authors, with much anticipation, but ended with a disappointment Enduring Love was the weakest among the 9 McEwan s books I ve read so far.Scientific writer Joe rose met Jed parry during a heroic group act to rescue a 10 year old boy during an air balloon accident, and unfortunately the uncoordinated act led to the death of one of the rescuers Jed became obsessed with his unrequited love for already guilt stricken Joe, and started stalking and threatening him This put a strain on Joe s previously harmonious relationship with his partner Clarissa, and the s...

  9. Read it years ago A tragic accident..love, guilt, moral dilemma..Thought provoking prose..A terrific writer One of my favorites

  10. Trying to describe the deeply intimate personal with psychopathology this is precisely what made Saturday the worst book ever contrived Emphasis on CONTRIVED Now, this dish is not devoid of that ingredient it is again about a member of the upper class DON T EVER FORGET IT dear reader crashing head on with a creep o misfit, a defective misanthrope who has this eerie pathological condition stalking the incredibly intelligent and quick witted protagonist for pages a neo noir, a l Trying to describe the deeply intimate personal with psychopathology this is precisely what made Saturday the worst book ever contrived Emphasis on CONTRIVED Now, this dish is not devoid of that ingredient it is again about a member of the upper class DON T EVER FORGET IT dear reader crashing head on with a creep o misfit, a defective misanthrope who has this eerie pathological condition stalking the incredibly intelligent and quick witted protagonist for pages a neo noir, a la Saramago but not turtle paced like his are usually, thank god The premise is incredible, too many coincidences create a rift in an otherwise stagnant life two events, including the aforementioned illness of the antagonist and the event whi...

  11. Can this author really be the same man who wrote Atonement I have now read enough of his books to know there is a range from horrid to sublime and a bit of everything in between, and this one is the in between I hated the first half and almost tossed it in I didn t for the obvious reason, I wanted to know which of the two scenarios was right, who was the crazy man here In the end, I realized, it didn t really matter if Joe was right or wrong, he was still unbalanced, and he was still a very Can this author really be the same man who wrote Atonement I have now read enough of his books to know there is a range from horrid to sublime and a bit of everything in between, and this one is the in between I hated the first half and almost tossed it in I didn t for the obvious reason, I wanted to know which of the two scenarios was right, who was the crazy man here In the end, I realized, it didn t really matter if Joe was right or wrong, he was still unbalanced, and he was still a very unreliable narrator What was most frustrating was that for all the elevated subject matter and inte...