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  • R.Norah Lumley

    Atonement by Ian McEwan -- anyone who is looking for a new book to read, definitely read this one. I read it back in High school before it was a movie and it is, to this day, one of my favorite books and movies ❤️

  • Psycho Thrillers

    #Atonement - Hot summer day in 1935 on the south of England, thirteen year old... #psychothriller #ianmcewan #book

  • Amy Stremming

    Atonement books worth reading; movie is really good too

  • Melissa Fery

    Atonement: A Novel by Ian McEwan. Maybe I'll watch the movie now.

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