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Adam Ross challenges expectations and traditional literary narrative in his bold, yet sadly disjointed, novel "Mr. Peanut."
I like the 'Hitch' myself, and found the information given to be really interesting, but there was just too much of it that didn't advance the story.
It's not many books that I have read where I really didn't care who killed the person; I didn't like the person enough to care.
The way Ross describes the love and marriages of his characters is quite riveting. So much love yet so much hatred.Published 1 month ago by Monica_f4
Wow. This was tough to put down, and stuck in my head while I was unable to read through the say. It's stuck in my head since I finished a few days ago, and will surely stay for... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mommy22
I found this extremely difficult to get into but pushed myself to finish it,,, and gave up. Main characters are not flawed humans, they are boring and spoiled ones.Published 4 months ago by John H. Hyman
I read a book that I recommend to my wife. This was the most recent. In fact, I've recommended it to just about every reader I know. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Roy Friedman
Although it was hard to follow the story line in this book, I thought it had possibilities.But it continued to get more and more disjointed and difficult to understand as it... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Iddy
Interesting story. Good characters. A little disorienting at times, but part of the story I think. Good read. Not too long.Published 6 months ago by Tara
I'm sorry....I didn't get it. Like at all. I've read countless mysteries and this one left me wondering: what the hell did I just read? Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kevin R. Brogan
I gave this book to my mother after hearing about it on NPR. She enjoyed reading it although it seemed to be a gruesome book.Published 7 months ago by LeeAnna Kobayashi