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"Filled with wild humor, intentive wordplay and a darkly imaginative power." -- Philadelphia Inquirer
"This work may well stand as one of the very best works of the century." -- Atlantic Review
"[A] brilliant and turbulent first novel." -- George Plimpton, New York Times Book Review
"[L]eaves the imagination spent and the mind reeling." -- New York Herald Tribune
Many tedious chapters taken almost directly from historical records of antiquarian interest. Lots of semi-mystical posturing that is sometimes entertaining. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roger Conner
I started reading this book as a prep for Gravity's Rainbow, as I had been told I need to prepare for that novel... I truly respect anyone who can really enjoy this work. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Francis C. Donnelly
I’ve always wanted to read more Thomas Pynchon. I had read the book Inherent Vice a couple of years ago and the recent film adaptation reminded me to try more Pynchon out since I... Read morePublished 8 months ago by pallmall22
Read this book. You won't regret it. Thomas Pynchon is one of the last living modern masters, and this is his first work.Published 9 months ago by Jacob E.