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If you read something else by Auster before you read this book you may know what will happen.
I became interested in the main character settled down to savor this and then suddenly, on page 26, ALL interest in the book, the plot, the characters left me.
Add to this some fine prose and comparisons to Cervantes and Don Quixote and what you have is 150 pages of splendid thought provoking reading.
Paul Auster's City of Glass (1987) reads like Raymond Chandler on Derrida, that is, a hard-boiled detective novel seasoned with a healthy dose of postmodernist themes, a novel... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Glenn Russell
City of Glass by Paul Auster, who is oddly also part of the main character in the novel, was one of the most intriguing books I have ever read. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Zach R
This book is a requirement for my current Crime Writing class at Lake Superior State University, Professor Eric Gadinski. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. J. HUTCHISON
My wife purchased this novel when first published and prodded me to read it. For some reason I kept putting her off. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Joel Layton
Great book. Absolutely profound, yet not too heavy that you can't understand it. The art is beautiful, and the adaptation is very true to the novella.Published 14 months ago by Alex Flores
This is a great book! I read it for my college english class, but I would recommend it to anyone who likes weird psychological literature.Published 15 months ago by Emiko Peterson-Yoon
I became interested in the main character settled down to savor this and then suddenly, on page 26, ALL interest in the book, the plot, the characters left me. Poof! Why? Read morePublished 15 months ago by Poetcomic1