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There is so much happening here I am going to read J. Heller next book and then re-read this The Sequel to Catch-22 again. Read morePublished 1 month ago by r.doolittle
I loved CATCH 22 and this book, too. The characters who were well-drawn in the earlier book were just as convincing in CLOSING TIME, some like Lew and Claire, Sammy and Claire,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jenny Hanniver
Not sure why I ordered it as Catch 22 was such an odd book too but it is interesting in it's own way .Published 4 months ago by Ted Norman
This work confirms how great was Heller as writer. The ability to sustain the story towards the end is what makes this writer enjoyable even in his most bitter satire. Read morePublished 9 months ago by amateco
The most disappointing "sequel" since St. Leibowitz and the Wild Horsewoman.
The weird juxtaposition of quite realistic and somewhat appealing first-person biographies... Read more
Its an alright book, but it has nothing on its predecessor. I wouldn't waste my time reading this one again, although it was extremely cheap.Published 13 months ago by conrad
I have read and reread Catch-22 many times, after being given a copy by WWII veteran of the Army Air Corps. I had asked him about his experiences. Read morePublished 20 months ago by R. Barrell
A lot of people dislike the fact that it has long-drawn-out sections dedicated to some of the characters personal problems, but I liked most of it. Read morePublished on June 14, 2012 by Whocares?
Heller spent eight years crafting Catch 22 - Closing Time needed about eight more.
Lengthy, boring scene descriptions. Read more