Robert gives his everything to change the way we, as humans, appreciate, criticize, comprehend and practice the most fundamental philosophical ideologies which were masked as our characters/ personality.
As they say, the best things always come in the end and that’s the hope humans live with. Overall, Madeliene Thien’s “Do Not Say We Have Nothing” is an epic novel, a masterpiece, that would remain as a piece of literature that has its core at the center of Chinese cultural and political evolution that uses music and stories as the medium. This is my pick for Man Booker 2016 Prize.
Overall, “Hot Milk” by Deborah Levy explores multiple aspects of oneself that dig much deeper than the actual story in itself. Even though subtlety makes way for absurdness at times, it would require much deeper analysis of situations and behaviors to appreciate the beauty of its characters. It sways from flashes of absolute genius to prolonged idiosyncrasies.
Read it once and move on.