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Gordon's book was satisfying to the end. Certainly no loose ends to wonder about. The twists of the story were creative and though bloody and gruesome, the characters seemed real,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Richard Konisiewicz
Do you like whodunnits? This is for you. This is David Gordon's first novel. And it's not just a great first novel, but a great novel, period.Published 16 months ago by ForensicBeanCounter
Weird stuff but cute. A decent read. I also found this book after reading the author's article in the NY Times Magazine. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Debbie Lampert
There's always another surprise around the corner. Every time I thought I had this book figured out some other mystery emerged or 're emerged and was then solved. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Louis Koukoulas
The story behind this book on NPR and in the NT Times is a bit better than the book itself.Published 20 months ago by Natan Katzman
Definitely quirky and breaks a lot of the usual conventions of writing. For writers, there are plenty of hat tips and in jokes. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Christopher M. Park
to realize I did not care for this book. It's a good mystery but it kind of dragged on at the end.Published 21 months ago by Ari
I came across David Gordon's work through a recent NYT article (as I imagine many have), and was hooked by The Serialist's premise right away. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mark Twain