My only problem was that the book became really confusing once in the middle.
The Gangster of Love is a book about a Filipino girl, Raquel or Rocky Rivera, who moves to San Francisco from Manila, Philippines.
The layers of irony in the first page of this novel is a testimony to the story that follows.
one word for this book-whoa
so much info that i can't think what to write about
the condition was very good also
Amen to Jessica Hagedorn for redeeming post-modernist American literature from stylized pretention in her novels "Dogeaters" and "Gangster of Love. Read morePublished on July 4, 2005 by Aurelia Lorca
I saw Jessica Hagedorn speak at the 92nd street Y, which is where I recieved her book. Once I began to read the book I became absorbed into her book. Read morePublished on November 26, 2002 by painthesunblack
The Gangster of Love written by the American author Jessica Hagedorn was both
interesting and confusing. Read more
This book was as confusing as hell. I don't know what this writer was going for. This writer is good at confusing her readers with useless information that the reader does not need... Read morePublished on May 14, 2000