I just finished reading Enduring Love, and as usual Ian McEwan's books never cease to be thought-provoking and very original. Although, the other works I've read for him (being Saturday and Atonement) were better, this one was nevertheless good in its own way.
I just would like to share a quote that I found to be amazingly true:
"It is clearly not true that without language there is no thought. I possessed a thought, a feeling, a sensation, and I was looking for its words."