I loved this book, so well written, such a great story, wonderful characters.
It is rare to come across someone like Alarcon who can so naturally combine unpretentious prose with a drivingly poignant and original story line.
This is a very good book, is easy to read and catches your interest as soon as you start reading so that you cannot stop!
A very talented author. His portrayal of the characters is insightful. I am looking forward to reading more of Daniel's work.Published 3 months ago by John Garten-Shuman
I like Daniel Alarcon's short stories and was looking forward to seeing how he'd put together a longer work. He pulls it off for the most part. Read morePublished 9 months ago by JB
Very dark and depressing. All about hopeless people leading hopeless lives. If you like that sort of thing, dive in! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Greg Grambor
Knowing that my wife and I were going to Peru, one of my sons-in-law gave me a novel, Lost City Radio, to read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Wiliam H. Peace
Daniel Alarcon's novel "Lost City Radio" is set during a violent civil war in Peru and follows several characters from a myriad of backgrounds and locations as their lives... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Karen Lea Hansen
I thought that i could get to this book right away, but i keep postponing my reading. Maybe because the print is too small for my vision. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mercedes Ibanez
I loved this book, so well written, such a great story, wonderful characters. And made me want to learn more and more about Peru when I was done. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Tomas
Perhaps in a forgotten corner of American society, there are those who remember the 80's and the Iran-Contra scandal (I wasn't born), or even further back to the era of Chicago... Read morePublished on April 5, 2012 by Matthew Joseph
I had to read this book of a Latin American politics class. It is about an unnamed Latin American country that was riven with political upheavals in the recent past. Read morePublished on March 13, 2010 by Kevin M Quigg