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I couldn't put it down. It filled my head with some many ideas.Published 18 days ago by John Hambor
I think I would have liked this more had it ended about two-thirds of the way through. The last third of the book (which skips forward fifteen years after the first two thirds) was... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sean G
Amazing book. I was constantly reading passages aloud to my friends. Well worth reading. I will re read this book.Published 5 months ago by Aubrie Redwine
Witty prose. Gets into the mind of an urban adolescent. You have to have some familiarity with NYC neighborhoods and culture to be able to relate.Published 5 months ago by Donald C Shapero
I can hardly be called an objective, much less "disinterested", observer of this book. In fact, I could almost start by thanking Jonathan Lethem for writing the first... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anton Alterman
sophisticated writing -- real life -- realistic characters -- a surprise around every cornerPublished 10 months ago by Scott R. Garrigan
My love of Marvel Comics and rock music kept me going as I force-marched my way through this ersatz autobiography. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Rodeck