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This book is humorless, indifferent, close to unendurable, a word pudding seemingly written on autopilot.
The title tells only half the story: not just endless, it's unendurable.
The beloved may fly away across a continent or an ocean, or he may put just as many miles between you without leaving the room; he may desert you for the arms of another or grow cold to caresses altogether; and, should your love somehow elude or endure all this, an inevitable and unendurable parting remains: the beloved's descent into hell and his ascension into heaven.
Others will scream in frustration at the lack of energy -- the first 30 minutes are almost unendurable.
From the start of her two-year journey she made it clear that if the pain became unendurable she would wish to be helped to die.
It must be clearly understood by all and sundry that the fissures his trials are generating among the state institutions are unendurable at this critical time when the nation is enmeshed in gigantic problems that need all the attention to tackle effectively.
At turns heartbreaking and heartwarming, Myths of a Merciful God shows that even after the most unendurable of pain, life can continue.
Nearly a month on, as the weight of the unanswered questions reaches unendurable proportions for the relatives of the missing passengers, complete clarity of communication is the only salve they can be offered.
His descent into addiction catapults Steph onto a wild ride that feels unendurable - but ultimately leads to her own self-discovery.
The people of Gaza have endured the unendurable and suffered what is insufferable for six years," said the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Richard Falk.
May: "The serious regression of the security file has become unendurable, so the government must realize that the continuation of its management for this file in the same approach will lead the country to the division.
Can we in turn believe that he and Jesus carried on a conversation while dangling in unendurable agony, a punishment making it almost impossible to breathe, let alone chat.