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Unfortunately, the author's writing got in the way of what seems like a fascinating subject.
Sullivan also disperses this history with his own observations of his "rats" . . . something he calls "ratting."
You know a book is good when you don't think anything should be taken out of it; you just want more and more.
Great read! You feel like you are out there with the author as he does his research.Published 15 days ago by Barbara
It was alright, neat history lesson about "forgotten" NYC. Being a fan of rats and their remarkable intelligence, I thought maybe the author was a little too timid and... Read morePublished 26 days ago by R. Daniel Frew
Highly interesting, a lot of useful information. I was surprised how much I actually enjoyed reading this! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I returned the book. It begins so convincingly, but man does it go off the subject in unattractive ways.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
What a great read! Found this book because of "The Strain" and enjoyed every fascinating minute of it.Published 7 months ago by Renee Ward
Being a rat LOVER, this book was educational.
I would also recommend a book about pet rats, to show others how WONDERFUL they are!
Rodents roam in the underbelly of cities all over the world, and in this peculiar little book the author sets out to examine rodent life in perhaps one of the most prolific rat... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Contessa
I learned a bit from this book however I felt like he rehashed the same scene over and over - perhaps that is the secret of the rats' tenacity and longevity? Read morePublished 11 months ago by D. Crocetti