All of the well known cast of literary characters of the day are there.
It's good to see that John Glassco's hilarious if not always reliable memoir of his youthful exploits in Paris is back in print.
If you want to find out what it was like living in Paris in the late 1920's, buy or download this book immediately.
Anyone who was in the thick of things in Paris in the Twenties, or London in the Sixties, or New York in the Seventies -- and lived to tell the tale -- will love this book.Published 1 month ago by Midnighter
It didn't engage me. I couldn't finish it. I guess it was because I wasn't invested in the main character, and the story didn't seem to be doing anything.Published 2 months ago by Sharon
If you want to find out what it was like living in Paris in the late 1920's, buy or download this book immediately. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lloyd S. Thomas
This is an interesting book in that John Glassco may have written it when young, then finished it when ill and older. Be that as it may, fact or fiction, it's a good read. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Barbara
Time,place and people all combined with great narrative wrighting make the a real life historic and informative novel .a best readPublished 20 months ago by Ken emmett
A savvy student of manners, John Glassco has a sharp eye,
an inventive mind and a witty way with words, along with
a worldliness that nothing can shake. Read more