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The Possession of Mr. Cave

af Matt Haig

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Following the tragic deaths of his wife and son, antiques dealer Terence Cave is left alone to raise his only daughter, fifteen-year-old Bryony. As the young girl struggles to come to terms with the loss of her twin brother, Reuben, Terence observes changes in her behavior--changes he believes are more dangerous than the common trials of adolescence. In order to protect her, he begins to follow her whenever she leaves the house, becoming increasingly paranoid about her safety.… (mere)

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I have deeply mixed feelings about this book. At first, I thought I hated it because the main character is so pathetic; but then I thought about it and it really is a superbly written book. Keeps you turning pages while building this uneasy feeling of hatred towards the narrator. The story is told through the voice of Mr. Cave who owns an antique shop. The book is written as some sort of note left for his teenage daughter Bryony. It centers around the obsession this man develops towards her daughter: it's unbelievably sick and twisted. He develops this jealousy and possessiveness over her that leads to a very predictable ending. Read this in two days and am still getting angry at Mr. Cave's actions. In the very last 2 pages he realizes what he's done and how things should have been: loved that part... ( )
  AleAleta | Oct 23, 2012 |
Read this mainly because I so enjoyed another novel by the same author, but didn't like this as well. Although "Possession of Mr. Cave" takes a few rather admirable steps down a psychological fiction rabbit hole, I'd say skip it; read his other book "The Dead Father's Club" instead. ( )
  magritteamour | May 7, 2011 |
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Following the tragic deaths of his wife and son, antiques dealer Terence Cave is left alone to raise his only daughter, fifteen-year-old Bryony. As the young girl struggles to come to terms with the loss of her twin brother, Reuben, Terence observes changes in her behavior--changes he believes are more dangerous than the common trials of adolescence. In order to protect her, he begins to follow her whenever she leaves the house, becoming increasingly paranoid about her safety.

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