REVIEW: The Wallpaper Fox by Morris Philipson

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If you are looking for an interesting but easy-to-read story about interpersonal relationships and the way people use each other, you should definitely read The Wallpaper Fox by Morris Philipson.

The story focuses on the lives of three rich families: the Warners, the Connolleys and the Taylors. A certain event ruins the harmony between these groups, but also between the members of each family.

The book is beautifully written. It has a well-developed plot and many psychological insights. The characters are believable; some of them change a lot throughout the story and it’s very exciting to follow their journey.

I recommend it to anyone who like psychological books and is up for a quick read.


 

side notes

  • I have the book translated into Romanian and the cover is a bit different, but it’s nevertheless beautiful.
  • I have finished the book in 3 days.
  • I think it’s so lovely and it has lots of interesting ideas about family, friends, loneliness, promises etc.
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Author: Georgia

writing is my medicine

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