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I finished reading the book and thought of the word frou-frou.
At times the story seemed conveniently, contrived, and the narrative without direction, yet the characters and their issues seemed very genuine.
Just to show I'm not really a mean person (Mean People Suck, don't you know), I'd give both of those books 5 Stars.
Paul Auster tells a story of four young misfits, living together illegally as squatters in Sunset Park, NY. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Valerie Allen
The author presents ongoing statutory rape and labels it a romance. A high school girl impregnated by an older man is not romanticPublished 1 month ago by Judith Brown email@example.com
A departure in many ways from Auster's other works (particularly in form) but a moving examination about the choices and chances in modern lives. Devastatng ending.Published 4 months ago by Brad Cline
i like most everything i've read of paul auster. he captures an old fashioned feeling about people and his characters are rich and alive. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Paul Gordon
The interesting characterizations and plot twists are enhanced by a rhythmic pace of story telling and intertwining of narrative threads. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joseph E. Flaherty
Once again, Paul Auster defies genre. In `Sunset Park,' Auster's fairly existential approach together with a rather disjointed structure was a little unexpected. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Marilyn Raisen
I saw Paul Auster being interviewed by a fawning BBC reporter and thought that, in spite of the interviewer, he would be worth a try. And yes, he was. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Andrew Prior
Reading the reviews of others, I see Mr Auster has a love/hate relationship with his readers, and I have to say he didn't get off to a good start with me. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Alan Scott
A perfect read about a son and his father. Timeless truths about life, people and culture. Close up characters. Beautiful prose.Published 10 months ago by michael mckay