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Not really a big fan of Junot Diaz. I had to read this for a class I was taking at the time. Not my cup of tea.Published 5 days ago by PA Smith
I've read all of Mr. Diaz's books, all excellent. I'm also a bit obsessed with him because I follow him on social media- his politics and op-ed pieces are so timely. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Nevisnice
I found the book boring and uninteresting. I bought it because I had heard Junot Diaz being interviewed on public radio, and I thought his writing would be as interesting as the... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Candice Elam
JUNOT DIAZ was a discovery to me. I read all his following books. A GREAT GREAT WRITER. This is his first book and I fell head over heels with "This is how you lose her" -... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Daniele Collignon
Good stories. Some better than others. Sometimes I finished a story and thought, "yea, and..." Doesn't have the passion of Oscar Wao.Published 1 month ago by Ian Carleton
Drown is a original always to present a topical Dominican immigrant family journey in the USA. Funny and entertaining. Wants to read more.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer