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This book was a very easy read with a lot of fast paced action.
It's not a total waste of time reading it, but it could have been so much better, and that, for me, is what's frustrating about this book.
In this novel, Don Winslow uses language in a hip and magical way, at times even writing scenes in screenplay format.
couldn't put it down. best book I've read in a long time and having seen the movie didn't ruin it for me. so much depth in so few words.Published 1 hour ago by Mike
Fun read with engaging plot and the Don Winslow twists that let us know the mixed-up universe is careless of our troubles.Published 1 month ago by Word Fan
Good read with a somewhat unexpected ending. Took me a while to get in to it though. Had to read about halfway then I couldn't stopPublished 1 month ago by Rae
Really enjoyed the book-it made the characters more three dimensional after seeing the film but felt it came to a very sudden conclusion as if the author ran out of the storyline.Published 2 months ago by Garfield
The book is different from the movie, so many people to remember but it's still a good book to read and I can't wait to finish itPublished 3 months ago by Rose C. DiFonso
I love Don Winslow's books, usually.
But there is a fatal flaw among many crime noir writers which they all seem to fall prey to at some point. Read more
Absolutely brilliant prose. Winslow takes enormous risks and they pay off time after time after time. There are sections that are simply mind blowing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ken Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Great book, quick read and never gets boring. If you're looking for a fun ride pick this one up. It's worth itPublished 4 months ago by Corbin Dallas
I read THE KINGS OF COOL, then just turned right to SAVAGES. Not my usual genre, but I thoroughly enjoyed the hip, staccato style and the fast-paced story. Read morePublished 4 months ago by auntieem