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I never read a Joseph Conrad book I didn't like. The story is not a great epic but the story telling is. Read one of his books occasionally, it's worth the time.Published 14 days ago by Gene Koon
I feel silly: who am I to review Joseph Conrad. I didn't like the book, for me it was too slow and bogged down in it's own rhetoric. I may try another but not soon.Published 1 month ago by Richard E. Carnesale
The Heart of Darkness migrated to the secret service posited in an era of suppression of anarchist plotting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sadly wiser
I know that this book is considered by some to be Conrad's finest, and that it is sometimes hailed as the "first spy novel," and that it continues to be assigned reading in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Scott Wallace
Despite its title and subject matter--terrorism--don't approach this novel expecting the pacing of a contemporary thriller. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ed Reeves
Had some trouble with convoluted sentences but burst out laughing many times at Conrad's dark and ironic sense of humor as he depicts his bumbling revolutionaries and those who spy... Read morePublished 3 months ago by James Evans
I must apologize for being a sucker for great writing. The Secret Agent is not necessarily a great story, entertaining yes but nothing so novel you haven't seen something similar. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mike Cook
I read this for a class and I was one of the few people that liked it. I like reading and seeing things that show how and why an event happened. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Beverly Steele
This isn't my favorite Joseph Conrad book but it is worth 5 stars because Joseph Conrad wrote it.Published 4 months ago by SKC