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Again Roth's writing in this work is balanced and beautiful.
I was not completely taken in by Philip Roth's writing, until I read "The Ghost Writer", the first novel in the cycle about Nathan Zuckerman.
I will say that the material is heavy and short which makes it a perfect book to devour in a few days time.
Writing can be beautiful. Just a joy to read the words that tell the story. Philip Roth is one such writer, he is a master and has won so many prestigious awards. Read morePublished 14 days ago by James L. Woolridge
the Ghost Writer
it was just ok, not one of Roths best best books.I dont know what his message wa,if he had one. Read more
It was very Philip Roth. A bit weird, a different narrative style. It's unclear what he's trying to say. Not easy reading.Published 2 months ago by Phoebe J. Becktell
This book demolishes the "culture of celebrity" in a way that retains the genius of the creative act. Read morePublished 2 months ago by richard
Lame... Blah... Vanity.... Blah... 'Look at me ny' , blah..... Narc, nars, narcs......more about me... 'Writer'........no one caresPublished 3 months ago by EugeSchu
The ghost writer is classic Philip Roth. A very enjoyable book which I would recommend. Zuckerman livesPublished 3 months ago by the venerable bede
Maybe it's because I'm more familiar with Roth's later, more notorious novels narrated by Nathan Zuckerman, (and those novels are among some of the most brutal, scathing and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by jafrank