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First by this author that I've read, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Somebody recommended it to point up the extreme style difference between this and the many books that are... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Ann M. Hargrove
Is this a joke? Stewart O'Nan, "Bard of the Working-Class?" Really? Rather, "Last Night at the Lobster" is a story of how the moneyed classes perceive the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kelly A. Ohler
A very enjoyable read about what happens in one night as people gather for the last time of working together.Published 2 months ago by Kimber Lee
I love this book and I am not entirely sure why. Maybe it was because it put flesh on everyday people like ourselves who give so much of ourselves merely to survive. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen C Fray
sad story of a cold corporation and results of their actions.Published 3 months ago by robert grimes
It wasn't until I finished Stewart O'Nan's LAST NIGHT AT THE LOBSTER that it occurred to me that there are two kinds of "psychological novels": the long,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Allen Smalling
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Spare and beautiful, Last Night at the Lobster is an unsentimental, yet moving look at one night in an... Read more
A brilliant depiction of place and character. It was very well written!Published 4 months ago by Joseph Cameron