I have a huge affection for Henry Miller, but i didn't enjoy this book as I thought I would.
People like to hear bad news, and they like to be told how rotten they have it, no matter how wealthy and well-off they are.
His scathing, relentless narrative berates the 'American Dream' and 'Way of Life'...and the pursuit of such.
Like reading the journal of your best friend whom you will never meet.Published 21 days ago by Andrew Betsch
I love Henry Miller's books; this isn't one of them. It's a collection of boring, windy ruminations, some claiming to be portraits, generally unpersuasively. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Linksman
What a cynical unappreciative person wrote this. I couldn't and didn't want to read it all. If there was a redeeming end to this book, I didn't care to find it.Published 10 months ago by Leila Acree
I can't read enough of Henry Miller and this book is right up at the top of his game.His writing style is adventurous,gritty,brutally honest and delivered with a dry sense of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by L. Raymond
I have a huge affection for Henry Miller, but i didn't enjoy this book as I thought I would. Tropic of Cancer is brilliant. The air conditioned nightmare just fell short for me.Published 18 months ago by KC Weaver