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Though I am a T. C. Boyle fan I gave up on this early novel of his mainly because of the confusing cast of characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leila
This is the first TC Boyle book I've read and I was not disappointed. A great story, particularly for someone like me who grew up in the Hudson Valley and knows the setting like... Read morePublished 3 months ago by T. J. Eaton
Great read. . .can't believe the author did his graduate work at University of Iowa. . . he's so Berkeley :>)Published 3 months ago by Ann L. Mitchell
It was all over the place. I did not read the whole book, I just couldn't. I do not like it. I gave it to my sister since she wanted to read it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by laurie1972pahs
My reading of this book was deeply marred by the horrendous number of typos on almost every page. I don't know if I'll be throwing away my money on any further ebooks. Read morePublished 5 months ago by H. Blumberg-McKee
After reading and falling in love with other works by T.C. Boyle (most recently the collection of stories titled Wild Child), I was truly disappointed by World's End. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shane A.
I love history and enjoyed this historical fiction very much. very interesting. timely and relevant. i recognized the pete seeger character and he just died.Published 17 months ago by Judith
Witless characters do stupid things because . . . the land is CURSED! Oh, please. This convoluted mess is full of mindless people you won't care about, with a plot that never... Read morePublished 17 months ago by John Forbes