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A richly written masterpiece by one of my long-time favorite authors, but this one was incredibly densely written with a number of disturbing scenarios that may or may not reflect... Read morePublished 3 hours ago by joycef
Well written and all part of his references back To his own youth. An American Classic tragedy.Published 10 days ago by Sonny
I have enjoyed several of Mr. Roth's books, but I had to slug through this one. There were too many details on insignificant matters, e.g., leather gloves.Published 18 days ago by Cleveland kid
A slow, difficult read that's nonetheless rewarding. Fans of the argument that the U.S. no longer makes anything, much to the country's despair, will be heartened by the sanctity... Read morePublished 25 days ago by mzinshteyn
Wow. Incredible. Momentous. A modern masterpiece and one of my favorite books of all time. Beautifully elaborated prose. A brilliant novel on a grand scale. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. D.
I really expected to like this book. I really WANTED to like this book.
I typically read two books per month and it took me four months to slog through this. Read more