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The characters at first came across as racetrack stereotypes -- the naive girl; the wise, superstitious black groom -- and I had trouble keeping the different horses straight. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amy Merrick
The slow build to Lord of Misrule fills the novel with a sense of dread and anticipation. Especially, for the appearance of the titular character.Published 6 months ago by Sleepypants
A very well-written book. I was not convinced by the characters, but they were interesting. Her take on female sexuality was a bit disturbing, but thought provoking.Published 11 months ago by LZSOB
Sorry Jaimy. I know you won the award and all. But the accents were so heavy I couldn't follow. Are they real?Published 15 months ago by Margaret Broersma
For me the language was difficult and not what I'm used to. I am a horse trainer and I didn't feel it was worth the read but maybe a person who is not there everyday might find it... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Nancy A. Rubin
It is hard to imagine a better novel than LORD OF MISRULE. Not only is it exciting and well written, readers learn much about horse racing at its lowest level. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Phyllis J. Moore
Less about horses and horseracing than about the unfortunates who live on the fringes of a broken down small time racetrack. Many people will find this atmospheric and interesting. Read morePublished 23 months ago by M. Swenson
I was blown away by Gordon's facility to pack into so few words such poignant and exquisite detail. I am (or was) ignorant of race tracks except by reputation, but this low-life... Read morePublished on September 7, 2013 by Susan B. Iwanisziw
If the little half mile track where all the action takes place in this stunning book were a prep school it would certainly not be up there with Exeter or Salisbury. Read morePublished on August 18, 2013 by Jerome Lawrence Castle