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Just like Ellroy should be - a hurtling ride, hairpin bends, imagination and real life in the blender...hold on tight; it's worth it.Published 1 month ago by Groucheaux
Does not keep your interest. He is supposed to be a great writer but his style is choppy, uninteresting and just plain awful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janet Macdonald
James Ellroy shows he is past his use by date. This book is just one too many from the master of "LA Confidential"
It feels tired, repetitive and way too long.
If you are a fan of Ellroy then you'll likely find this book a worthwhile read. It's a mere shadow of the former works in the series, though. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Christopher McDonald
If you enjoyed American Tabloid and the Cold Six Thousand you will love the final installment of the trilogy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Scott J Dawson
Sensational. James Ellory does it like no other noir thriller!Published 7 months ago by ronald j chiodi
Best to read Ellroy in the time order of his books. He expands and polishes his style as he grows older. He will be recognized as one of the giants of fiction in our time.Published 10 months ago by Eric
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 13 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 14 months ago by Phillip G Harris