The Golden Bowl

The Golden Bowl

Book - 2000 | Complete and unabridged - back cover.
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Widower Adam Verver is a wealthy American who has emigrated with his attractive daughter, Maggie, for the sole purpose of luxuriating in the brilliant shine of gilded society. Then Maggie falls in love and weds a charming Italian prince named Amerigo. Adam, too, finds romance when he meet beautiful young Charlotte. But it is the innocent gift of a golden bowl that shatters the polished surface of their charmed lives. For a dark mystery is revealed in the bowl, a mystery that could ruin them.
But before that can happen, Maggie determines she must have her revenge.
This is the final--and in many ways the most accomplished--novel in James' illustrious career.
Publisher: New York : TOR, 2000.
Edition: Complete and unabridged - back cover.
ISBN: 9780812565102
Branch Call Number: JAMES
Characteristics: 634 p.


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Jul 15, 2012

Did you actually read the book or did you just type this in for a joke? Please explain why the plot was boring based on the material in the book. Proove to us that you actually read the book.

Aug 05, 2010

convoluted and boring plot

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