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Trying to put myself in the context of the voice of that time and maybe I can understand why this novel is sometimes admired. Maybe this was ground breaking then. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Not only does this book have nearly ZERO punctuation making it hard to follow, it was often hard to tell if she was speaking to herself or if she was actually involved in a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tawnee Sons
The transaction was fast and efficent and the price was great. The book is a must read for all New Yorkers.Published 17 months ago by Mares1981
Picked this out from the bookshelf of my daughter's violin teacher, to kill time. A raw, searing tale of a generation born of affluence, decadence, and being lost. Read morePublished 18 months ago by shumkh
Ugh, that was terrible. No real story or plot. Just a big nothing.What can I say, just bad.OK, don't know why Amazon expects more words. Said it allPublished 24 months ago by Babs
I loved Bright Lights Big City and realy enjoyed Last of the Savages. McInerney's short stories are equally sure handed and impressive.Published on September 6, 2013 by David Schiff
"If there's one thing I hate it's dishonesty. Drives me crazy. I hate liars and hypocrites". This attitude, and the first person narration in a coming of age story has to remind... Read morePublished on August 31, 2013 by algo41