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What Auster does brilliantly is to write about enormously complex themes in a readable way.
I thought the most interesting part of the book was the ways Auster pieces all the stories together at the end of the book to give each and every one of them meaning.
Introspective, but also a genuine action story, this is a book about the unravelling of the character Benjamin Sachs.
The book was decent. Overall, I wouldn't even try to read it a second time.Published 4 months ago by JUSTIN C DOZIER
...well they're just as classy as they ever were, maybe even more so. This is a fun quick read, if only to see whether the author has a point other than his own magnificence. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ruth Conner
First, I'm a fan of Auster's work. In the past several months I have read Brooklyn Follies, The Locked Room, Moon Palace and Leviathan. Read morePublished 21 months ago by BrokenArrow
Quick read, good for summer, lots of unexpected twists and turns, characters are disturbed suffering from existential crisis, no Disney here but highly stimulating and entertainingPublished 22 months ago by susan cohen
I love everything Auster. I just want to be a character in one of his books. Problem solving without being involved, almost.Published 24 months ago by Kay H, Wilson
This is the third Paul Auster book I've devoured, and while he may not be the easiest author to read, he has excellent storytelling skills and a beautiful style of writing that... Read morePublished on March 28, 2013 by Stacy Helton
After having read most of Austers books, I have not once been disappointed. I highly recommend reading or listening to this.Published on March 22, 2013 by Amazon Customer