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If you loved NY Trilogy and Leviathan then this book (though enjoyable) will not totally live up to the reputation of those two classics.Published 1 month ago by Peter Dragotta
The story started out good but then the incest description was offensive. But not only that....it seems like Paul is obsessed with writing about masturbation too: it adds nothing... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gambit
I was able to enter this book in a matter if pages, and it was compelling to the very last pagePublished 13 months ago by Lynn Pitelis
The story telling is grappling and written with care so that it touches the reader emotionally. It becomes a lyrical page turnerPublished 13 months ago by Nancy E Wade
Paul Auster is one of my favorite writers. Invisible is a great book. Very well written as other Auster's novels. Read morePublished 13 months ago by sebastian espinosa
This book is well written. I like the way Paul Auster absorbs the reader with his rich description of details and sudden twists of the plot. The story line however is lacking. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Gustavo
Jeeps you interésate de tell The last page. Very original and Easy to read.Published 20 months ago by Chaves3110
A fascinating read and a beautifully written book. Very thought provoking.Published 23 months ago by EC