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“A masterpiece . . . Updike owns a rare verbal genius, a gifted intelligence and a sense of tragedy made bearable by wit.”—Time
“An awesomely accomplished writer . . . For God’s sake, read the book. It may even—will probably change your life.”—Anatole Broyard
“A superb performance, all grace and dazzle . . . a brilliant portrait of middle America.”—Life
I enjoyed the first two books in this series and will eventually read the fourth. Things don't look too bright for Harry Angstrom at the end of the second book but jump forward 10... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Barry
Another John Updike story which is as enjoyable as any.Published 7 days ago by Mr. N. Curtis Anderholm
Great book, easy read. I had anyways meant to read the Rabbit series, but had never gotten around to it. I'm glad that I finally did.Published 20 days ago by sara rebecca scruggs
What I found striking about this book is how 1959 doesn't seem so far away. While there is a sense of time and place, what rings true is the contemporaneousness of the human... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Murphy
Updike writes so well that I read much more of the book than I wanted. I didn't like any of the characters in the novel, nor did I really care what happened to any of them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard C. Munn
I have never read a book with an Anti-hero and this one really torn me. I think it was the fact that Harry was not too far from being like any guy with his thoughts and actions. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Terry Farrell