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Frank Lloyd Wright and his women are legendary. This book gives a good look into reactions to this side of FLW, but fails to really tie in his work successfully.Published 1 month ago by M. S. Bellows
Just too contrived. It's not often I flick through a book in the hope of getting to the end quickly. And disappointing as I've enjoyed the books of his I've read previously.Published 2 months ago by Ms T J Price
well-written & intrinsically interesting tale shoots itself in both feet with a towering exoskeleton of gimmickry: a fictional (? Read morePublished 5 months ago by Zangiku
Nice story. I like books that offer some insight into famous people and their lives. This story does that in spades.Published 5 months ago by shoe fan
There is much to admire about T.C. Boyle's language and descriptive ability, but I began to get the sense that the author was more interested in showing the world how well he... Read morePublished 5 months ago by booklover
This book is very good. I felt like I was reading a biography of Frank Llyod Write 's tribulations of all the women in his life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marcia SmithVaughn
I'm a FLW fan.
Plan to read all of T.C. Boyle's books.
I have recommended it to my friends.
has been used, but already knew that.
There was a sticker on the cover that
ripped the cover when I tried to take
it off, so it doesn't look that nice in my... Read more