The tension rises as we reach our penultimate contender in Most Borrowed Fiction of 2014/15. Our students’ love for this book has endured this academic year, crash landing it into second place. Let’s hope they don’t get too obsessed with our runner up, which, of course is…
Two: Enduring Love, by Ian McEwan
Air balloon disaster leads to chance meeting, leads to obsession, suspicion, and misconceptions. Enduring Love tells the story of two strangers whose lives become tangled together after their involvement in a tragic accident, the aftermath of which leads Jed Parry – a sufferer of De Clerambault’s Syndrome – to fall obsessively in love with fellow witness, Joe Rose. As the situation spirals increasingly out of control, Joe, and those around him, find themselves and their relationships pushed to the brink.
If you have an enduring desire to read, and love, this book, then head over to one of the SGS LRCs and borrow yourself a copy, and help it hold it’s position as the second most borrowed fiction book across SGS College!
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