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That is the question, to which Mr. Roth gives no answer. I have. not enjoyed the writing of earlier books; but this one is fascinating, captivating and deeply enticing. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Howie
the deliberately confusing narrative structure adds to the profound insights into human nature making this novel one of Roth's bestPublished 2 months ago by Macdonald, Robert S.
I really enjoyed this Zuckerman book. Very funny but also thought provoking. Just the right amount of humor. Read morePublished 8 months ago by D. Crowell
As a person who has written eight books (and numerous papers) on various themes in Continental philosophy, nothing in"The Counterlife" was at all surprising or even... Read morePublished 10 months ago by BDF
Or "If everyone must have a future, it's better off being multiple choice."
Of the many themes that often crop up whenever Roth comes out with a Nathan Zuckerman... Read more
wondreful as always , thought provoking insightful ,
Phillip Roth is just brilliant its a pity if this is his last book
Roth is an excellent descriptive writer, but this book doesn't satisfy. Seems to be a collection of vignettes rather than a cohesive story. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Goodbear