Dont Look Now

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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Dont Look Now
  • Daphne du Maurier
  • English
  • 12 January 2017
  • 024125972X

About the Author: Daphne du Maurier

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Dont Look Now Now, ill lit, almost in darkness, the windows of the houses shuttered, the water dank, the scene appeared altogether different, neglected, poor, and the long narrow boots moored to the slippery steps of cellar entrances looked like coffins A slow burning masterpiece of horror recounting a grieving couple s fateful visit to Venice, Don t Look Now is accompanied here by four further short tales of desire and dread. Read Dont Look Now by Daphne du Maurier – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Dont Look Now

  1. Molly says:

    What a stirring collection of short stories, which were all very visual reads Du Maurier does a great job of describing enough to set the scene without getting bogged down in the details.Don t Look Now This was probably my least favourite, it was fairly depressing and had a disappointing ending I wanted the...

  2. Jacqui says:

    Ich kaufte das Buch aus zwei Gr nden Erstens sah ich den Film Don t look now , der auf einer short story von Daphne du Maurier beruht und zweitens las ich Rebecca von ihr und mochte dieses Buch schon besonders.Diese Kurzgeschichten sind wunderbar geschrieben, haben alle etwas Erschreckendes an sich, wenn auch subtil Jede Geschichte behandelt verschiedene menschliche Abgr nde und das macht Daphne du Maurier wirklich auf fantastische und spannende Weise Meine Lieblingsgeschichte ist Don t l Ich kaufte das Buch aus zwei Gr nden Erstens sah ich den Film Don t look now , der auf einer short story von Daphne du Maurier beruht und zweitens las ich Rebecca von ihr und mochte dieses Buch schon besonders.Diese Kurzgeschichten sind wunderbar geschrieben, haben alle etwas Erschreckendes an sich, wenn auch subtil Jede Geschichte behandelt verschiedene menschliche Abgr nde und das macht Daphne du Maurier wirklich auf fantastische und spannende Weise Meine Lieblingsgesc...

  3. Maria Novella says:

    Don t Look Now is a collection of short tales by Daphne du Maurier.Having read Rebecca already, I was curious to discover this collection.I enjoyed reading these stories that vary in theme and atmosphere, and which are all based on human desire, a desire to know , to know what seems impossible, or to believe in something that seems impossible stories that stress human insecurities, failures.The first tale, Don t Look Now , is certainly the most gripping and captivating the last story, Don t Look Now is a collection of short tales by Daphne du Maurier.Having read Rebecca already, I was curious to discover this collection.I enjoyed reading these stories that vary in theme and atmosphere, and which are all based on human desire, a desire to know , to know what seems impossible, or to believe in something that seems impossible stories that stress human insecurities, failures.The first tale, Don t Look Now , is certainly the mo...

  4. Laura says:

    These short stories have a very different feel than du Maurier s Rebecca , which is her most famous book I m pretty sure At first I was surprised subconsciously I had expected them to be in the same style but then I was pleased because these stories are able to stand on their own, without needing the same pattern as ...

  5. Sadia Ahmed says:

    Daphne du Maurier has been such a hit and misd author for me because I absolutely love some of her books but others, like the collection here just bored the hell out of me I enjoyed maybe 2 stories and only mildly, couldn t even force myself to finish A border line case and the Breakthrough because the stories were going nowhere and the characters were just not enough to hold my interest Barely managed to finish the Way of the Cross and hated it because of the inane, flat, ridiculous character Daphne du Maurier has been such a hit and misd author for me because I absolutely love some of her books but others, like th...

  6. Ronan Mcdonnell says:

    Masterful from macabre and utterly chilling, to probing and questioning, Du Maurier wrote with supreme confidence tossing about themes ideas such as the abandonment of conventional morality in the face of a fully proven afterlife or continuity ,...

  7. Lewis Birchon says:

    Five short stories with a muchof the moment feel than Rebecca or Jamaica Inn Every tale has a strong sense of place, a pervading sense of the uncanny, and well some uneasy seventies politics.

  8. Ayan Dutta says:

    Five very different stories , from psychological thriller to social drama and a tinge of science fiction Loved all the stories Don t read this book if you are looking for thrillers alone

  9. TatianaC says:

    My favorite story was The breakthrough A close second is A border line case for me it was the scariest.I liked that the stories take you on a trip around the world, each one being set in a different country.I recently re read Rebecca and I wanted to read something else written by Du Maurier the style was different than what I expected the ending for these short stories always seemed rushed somehow, after the careful crafting of the characters and atmosphere.I really loved that Du Maur My favorite story was The breakthrough A close second is A border line case for me it was the scariest.I liked that the stories take you on a trip around the world, each one being set in a different country.I recently re read Rebecca and I wanted to read something else written by Du Maurier the style was different than what I e...

  10. A.G. Lake says:

    My year of reading du Maurier Loved all the stories Really, it was her mind that was fresh, new to me and exciting and her ability to write as well Will have to read biographies of her to find out how she got that way.