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I also think the book was about 200 pages longer than it needed to be; it just went on and on and on.
Frankly, I spent so much time in the book that I don't want to go too deep into a review because I feel like I've spent enough of my life on this one.
James Ellroy is a masterful writer, I've read most of his novels that are filled with both fact and fiction.
Just finished this. It was a chore. Ellroy is difficult and that's not necessarily a bad thing but the payoff here makes this book his worst since before the Black Dahlia. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Old Hawkeye
I read everything I can by Ellroy. This book is ok but it does not have the force and intensity of the others.Published 3 months ago by Phillip G Harris
Ellroy excels as usual! What is new is the "red" perspective which is very interesting. Otherwise, Blood's a rover is vintage Elroy and still a fantastic read.Published 4 months ago by Nils
Ellroy led off the "Underworld U.S.A." trilogy with the 20-megaton "American Tabloid," his best book since "The Black Dahlia. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ozian
The things we knew but never saw the proof then echoes more strongly today. The things we know now will further horrify tomorrow in Ellroy's hands.Published 5 months ago by Craig Leslie
Excellent if not as good as American Tabloid. A good closing out of the Underwood trilogy.Published 5 months ago by LFP
Being a HUGE James Ellroy fan, I've been impatiently waiting for Blood's A Rover to hit the market. I'm very happy to say that the wait was worth every minute. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mark Mitchell
Third installment of the American Underground trilogy. If you read the first two then you know it will be great. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stephen Sturgis
I'm a huge fan of Ellroy so I might be a little bit biased here. First of all, don't expect American Tabloid 2, because that's not possible. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dan Henderson