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The book is a very accurate depiction of the social decay in contemporary American society. The young adult characters are faced with important decisions for their lives, but they... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Raimund Strauck
That would be the best way to describe the main character of this novel.
Miles Heller is really the central character in a book that often turns to other characters to tell... Read more
Can't remember because I read it a while ago and I get confused which book is which but I know I enjoyed it very much.Published 16 months ago by Luciana Ondarts
PA certainly knows his way round Plot & Structure, elements so often missing from so-called novels nowadays. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Zangiku
This doesn't sound like the Auster I knew\ loved to read...
I'm not so old fashioned however, the sexual description in the first chapter (or maybe it was the second... Read more
This is the fourth Paul Auster book I've read and the one I liked the least. Love his writing, but not crazy about these characters. Read morePublished 18 months ago by jspassnthru
I was not terribly impressed with this effort. The story moved along at a decent clip but ultimately seemed quite banal.Published 19 months ago by Michael R. Jones