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What the community says about Brideshead Revisited
- "This book was rated well by the people that read it on Amazon. Most the people who read it seem to enjoy it or at least like it very well. The book has several years old and has just over 400 comments, so it may be a good book but I would not consider it one of the best."
- ""Brideshead Revisited" has quite the prestige behind it. The Modern Library selected it as among the 100 best novels of the twentieth century. I really enjoy books with a detailed atmosphere that travels back in time in places I've never been to like Britain. I highly suggest the audiobook version because the speaker, Jeremy Irons, is amazing at enunciation and conveying emotion throughout the book."
- "This book is a wonderful piece of classic literature. I really enjoyed the plot of the story and how it focused on the Catholic faith and English royalty. Tying in the homosexuality aspect and bringing comedy to life in the midst of it all made this a fantastic read for anyone looking for something classic but with homosexual intonations. "
- "This book is one of the best books I've ever read that was over fifty years old. It has romance, intrigue, and a bit of controversy--especially given the time when it was written, it's interesting that it explores homosexuality. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone looking to read something a bit older but that still holds up well."