There is a crafty unfolding of a take off epic magnitude, Specktor executes with keen magnitude. Even though I'd heard good things about th his novel, I expected but gained much. Read morePublished 4 months ago by SabrinaSee
I thought this book was boring. Almost stopped reading it several times but can't quit after I once start.Published 6 months ago by Vicky Schmidt
This is a great book and it's obvious the author is really FROM LA, not on the outside looking in.
This is one of the best LA novels I've ever read.
A gorgeous, expansive novel so intimate and human, reading it makes you feel sliced open. It's not often that such a broad novel -- broad in scope, broad in story -- is also so... Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. Taylor
this was one of the best written books I have read in a long time...captures the essence of American dream... Read morePublished 16 months ago by mike123
I wanted to read the book for a while now. I finally ordered it and it was a pretty awesome book.Published 16 months ago by Hannah Gentile
Interesting story, however, I felt it was drawn out a bit long. A lot of jumping around - difficult to read at times.Published 16 months ago by Angela L. Knezevich
Well written tale of the Hollywood as it really is. I look forward to another book written by this author.Published 17 months ago by Shelley Roth
Too much like "What Makes Sammy Run" in its view of Hollywood, though the novel describes Westside and Hollywood places well through the decades from the 1960s through the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Galia Hannah