Everyman by Philip Roth

About the book

From the author of ‘The Plot Against America’, ‘Everyman‘ is a painful human story of the regret and stoicism of a man who becomes what he does not want to be. The terrain of this savagely sad novel is the human body, and its subject is the common experience that terrifies us all – death.

Reviewed by Ace of Shapes

Enjoyable and well written. Thought it could be a bit depressing for people of a certain age as it is about ageing and death!

Star rating: ***

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