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As with any Pynchon novel, there are a lot of peripheral characters, and back stories.
Great book it is great I love this book and all of the others ones that Thomas Pynchon wrote I can't wait to read next one.
As that didn't happen it took me forever to finish this book with the ending itself dragging endlessly.
Slowest book I have EVER read. Would never have finished it if I hadn't paid for it.
Do not recommend to anyone under the age of 65 and then only if they were into the drug... Read more
Interesting story. Great setting. Picked this up in anticipation of the movie and wasn't disappointed.Published 1 month ago by Nick Newman
What can on say about anything that Thomas Pynchon writes except, "Wow!" This is a detective novel that takes place in the very early 1970s. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eric B. Burres
This is typical Pynchon with its arch-hipness and its tangle of utterly bizarre paranoid fantasies, and it is a fun ride from beginning to end. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter M. Alexander
As a fan of Pynchon's prodigious and often inscrutable prose, reading Gravity's Rainbow oftentimes felt like some form of puritanical punishment instead of the superdense, richly... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Corey Lidster
Pynchon, as always Master of his Domain, lards this homage to a half-dozen hard-boiled-dick-genre writers with plenty of laughs, insights, and instances of sudden reader aha! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel Matlock
This book was like "Whoa" with a side of "....alright" I def recommend it on the reg dude. Just chill out in your favorite lounger open a cold one and like read it dude. Noice.Published 3 months ago by Kris