unputdownable


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un·put·down·a·ble

 (ŭn′po͝ot-dou′nə-bəl)
adj. Informal
So well written and entertaining as to be difficult to put down.

unputdownable

(ˌʌnpʊtˈdaʊnəbəl)
adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (of a book, esp a novel) so gripping as to be read right through at one sitting
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unputdownable

[ˈʌnpʊtˈdaʊnəbl] ADJabsorbente, que no se puede dejar de la mano

unputdownable

adj (inf) it’s absolutely unputdownable (book) → es lässt einen nicht los
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Full of heart-pounding suspense, this gripping, highstakes espionage thriller is unputdownable.
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Magic and mayhem and great storytelling combine to make this an unputdownable book" - Amazon.
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HOTLY tipped as 2016's The Girl On The Train, The Widow certainly comes with great expectations as this year's unputdownable psychological thriller and Fiona Barton's crime debut is an emotional rollercoaster from the get-go.