From Library Journal
-?Barbara Hoffert, "Library Journal"
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Phillip Roth is a genius pure and simple!
A master story teller and chronicler of the American experience.
Ending wasn't what I expected. Great book. Last 40 pages were a little slow.Published 5 days ago by David Abramov
Complex and beautiful writing . Roth captures the spiraling downfall of a man forced to acknowledge the tragedy of being human.Published 14 days ago by Kindle Customer
The weaving of events in various time periods and character development layer by layer throughout the book is extraordinary. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Professor D
Disappointing in several ways.
Certainly Roth is too smart for his own good and seems to have a strong desire to be weird and outre, rather than penetrating – so much so that... Read more
This was a challenging book to read. Some books I've read are fluff compared to this one. I see why it is an award winner.Published 1 month ago by nj from nj
Really, it's more a meditation than a narrative -- or a series of meditations, some redundant, maybe most of the redundant. Read morePublished 1 month ago by steenbergfamil
"We are against everything that is good and decent in honky America. We will loot and burn and destroy. We are the incubation of your mothers' nightmares. Read morePublished 2 months ago by W Perry Hall
I got the audio book version of this in an editor's choice sale on audible. By the time I got around to listening to it, I started to wonder why I chosen this particular book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Scott