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Graham Greene – The Quiet American | Review

Title: The Quiet American

Author: Graham Greene

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 124

Rating: 10/10


Graham Greene - The Quiet American

Graham Greene – The Quiet American


Listen, it’s rare for me to give a ten out of ten, and the Quiet American totally deserves it. One of the finest books from one of the finest writers on the planet, it’s a protest against the war in Vietnam from a man who worked as a war correspondent for The Times in French Indochina.

The characters are believable and multi-faceted, and the American himself, a CIA agent called ‘Pyle‘, is a sort of semi-antagonist, and much of what happens to him is central to the story-line. It’s a grand, mesmorising, sweeping depiction of war-time in Vietnam, and I absolutely love it.


Graham Greene

Graham Greene


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