From Publishers Weekly
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The two books are night and day ..."I'lll let you go" is a beautiful poetic, coherent story which winds the lives of it's subjects into a beautiful web.... Read morePublished on October 15, 2008 by S. Drake
This is a page-turner, a reading in the car even though it makes you carsick book. Fascinating, Day of the Locust kinds of characters develop in divergent and converging arcs that... Read morePublished on July 6, 2004
After reading the first of Bruce Wagner's Hollywood trilogy, I was reluctant to close "I'm Losing You" and tell myself it was really over. Read morePublished on April 9, 2004 by L Goodman-Malamuth
Oops . . . Mr. Wagner dropped the ball after an early promising start. His prose is so dense you need a knife to hack you way through. Skip it.Published on September 7, 2003
It's a novel set in present day Hollywood, but instead of focusing on Hollywood stars, Wagner looks at the hangers-on types, the agents, lawyers, doctors, massage therapists, etc. Read morePublished on January 23, 2002 by Richard Guion