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You can never guess where the story will take you and no matter how smart you think you are, still be surprised when you get there. Read morePublished 4 days ago by William F Dietz
Do not waste your time. Has no plot, too many references I have no idea what they relate e d toPublished 1 month ago by William Grzonka
I am a big fan of Crying of Lot 49. Gave it a 5. However much Pynchon had me laughing uncontrollably for the first three acts, this one falls apart, and down with enough bizarre... Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Adelman
Lots of diverse characters in a crazy 9/11 NYC world. Author always has so many references and jokes, it's hard to keep up. Worth the read, by one of the all-time great writers.Published 2 months ago by Patricia Englin
Pynchon is always incredible. This book is more like Inherent Vice than Against the Day. It's fun but probably not the best introduction to Pynchon. For that, I'd recommend V. Read morePublished 2 months ago by William Minton
As a fan of Pynchon's work this is his most accessible and poignant to this day and age. The resonance of 9/11 is felt throughout the book but more importantly so do the changes... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fibes
I have read all of Pynchon and William Gaddis, and find them the greatest American writers of the latter half of the 20th century. Read morePublished 3 months ago by lee hopkins
Thomas Pynchon moves to the twenty-first century and the New York hi-tech startup scene. Truly bewildering at some times -- as you might expect from this author. Very fun. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Oz DiGennaro
"Zany" is a descriptor regularly applied to the Marx Brothers but it also applies to this novel. After the suspension of belief, the appreciative reader delights in the unlikely... Read morePublished 3 months ago by L. Katz