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The other characters of this novel were also well written.
The characters talk is very convincing as to class and time, but sometimes the omniscient narrator also has trouble with things like singular and plural cases.
Slow to begin with like TTRL (about 200 pages), it hooks you in until eventually you think of your spare time in only how much you can read the book.
Not the best, but a good Read. Interesting to note----the movie varies a great deal from the book. Maybe the changes were to keep the movie from being too long, or the social... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tom Via
This book need editing. It took me over 3 months (I was determined to finish it) to read it. I have read other books that have been made into movies and then I felt I learned... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Duane M. Timm
Maybe it is the era in which it was written and the style of the times, but this is a slow as molasses read with about as much excitement as watching something rust. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jim
I am sorry I waited until my 73rd year to finally read some James Jones. Just proves that all good things eventually come to those who procrastinate!Published 2 months ago by Dan Weaver
I chose this book because it is on the New York Times list of 100 greatest novels. I agree with the placement of the book, as it holds up well with other great American novels by... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Novelli
A must for WW2 readers, it really captures Army life before the war. Much racier that the censored versions and the movie.Published 2 months ago by Brendan J Ohalloran