What are the best Graham Greene novels?

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    #1The End of the Affair

    The End of the Affair
    The End of the Affair is a book by Graham Greene that tells a story of an unrequited love between Maurice and Monica. They parted ways and when they met again, Maurice will become obsessed with her. 
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    Philip Wade
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "The end of the affair is one of those books that you are just going to love if you are a fan of this genre. I picked this book up and I was not able to put it down until I finished it. Great book!."
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    #2England Made Me

    England Made Me

    England Made Me is a book by Graham Greene that tells the story of Anthony Farrant. He will fall in love with her boss but he will be assigned to do an indecent task that will make him disagree. 

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    Moisés Luna
    Written on March 7, 2018
    "I'm not exactly a huge Graham Greene fan as I'm not too familiar with his works. My girlfriend who's actually really into his novels, recommended England Made Me, to me to read. To be honest, I wasn't really into it. This is a novel written in 1935 so there's a lot to be desired here. Maybe I just don't appreciate things from that era from England, as much as I should have but I couldn't get into this book at all. I don't know what it was exactly, but it just wasn't for me."
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    #3A Gun for Sale

    A Gun for Sale

    A Gun for Sale is a book by Graham Greene that tells the story of Raven, an ugly man who is dedicated to his ugly deeds. He will be on the run because of his killings and he will find out who draws him to the police.

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    Bruce Nichols
    Written on March 30, 2018
    "This book is a great read if you're into Graham Greene! Real page turner right here."
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    #4The Tenth Man

    The Tenth Man

    The Tenth Man is a book by Graham Greene that tells the story about a group of men that was captured by the German's on World War II. One of them managed to trade his wealth for his life and this is his story.

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    Patrick Jimenez
    Written on March 12, 2018
    "I am a bit of a history buff, so anything to do with anything interesting from the past, I want to read it. This book is a interesting take on World War Two that follows a great of captured soldiers and the trials they experience during their captivity. A really great book that is framed during a very interesting period of time. "
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    #5A Life in Letters

    A Life in Letters

    A Life in Letters is a book by Graham Greene is a compilation of the author's personal letters to his family, loved ones, peers, and colleagues. He wrote more than ten thousand of letters.

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    Elizabeth Bishop
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "This is a good read if I wanted to know more about Greene. It's more a look into his life than a novel, but I still really enjoyed it. It was a good book to pick up and read a little at a time for me. "
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    #6The Quiet American

    The Quiet American
    The Quiet American is a thriller and intrigue fiction by Graham Greene about Alden Pyle, the American sent to Saigon during Vietnam's rebellion against France. This book was published in 1956 and was twice adapted into a film.
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    George Greene
    Written on March 14, 2018
    "The Quiet American is one of the better Graham Greene novels that I have come across. I like most of his work but this is definitely one of the best of his work. The characters really connected with me and made me want to keep reading."

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Best What are the best Graham Greene novels
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1The End of the AffairBooks 24 Paid
2England Made MeBooks 22 Paid
3A Gun for SaleBooks 20 Paid
4The Tenth ManBooks 19 Paid
5A Life in LettersBooks 12 Paid
6The Quiet AmericanBooks 0 Paid
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