Don't buy this for a Kindle, you can't even read the print.
Just one mistake: the text in the back cover (yes, the one that you read before buying the book) tells you a little bit too much.
"Playback" has all of these elements but, unfortunately, in far lesser quantities than in Chandler's other Philip Marlowe books.
Phillip Marlowe is one of my favorite detectives. Raymond Chandler was a very good crime writer, great command of the English language. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Wally
Raymond chandler.really set the bar high for all that followed. The closest is Spenser by Robert Parker almost all the differences are a result of the years difference.Published 1 month ago by Niels C. Andersen
I have read a Philip Marlowe book and selected it as whim as I was looking for something light to read. This book was a 'suggested book'. I throughly enjoyed it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by grc0520
Definitely not Chandler's best work but even so he is better than some at their best. It is a quick easy read for a lazy afternoon. Read morePublished 2 months ago by FES
Great book. Chandler married the old boy off and that's all folks. After reading all his novels I really wonder what I'll read next. It's hard to compete with this guy.Published 2 months ago by kelsie1968
Whenever I am looking for a quick lite read, Raymond Chandler satisfies. I have been following the Marlowe series for a while and this is the last one! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daphine
I had never read a graphic novel so I was unsure what to expect. It was enjoyable but not as good as reading a Chandler novel. Read morePublished 3 months ago by joe walsh
Not his best, but still better than 99% of others of its typePublished 4 months ago by Richard C. Ellis
After hearing so much about how Playback was such a subpar Raymond Chandler work, I faced reading it with some trepidation since I loved Chandler's previous works (Playback was his... Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. Buzalka