From Publishers Weekly
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|Mass Market Paperback, September 12, 1980||
The novel is excellent, and has been one of my favorites since I read it in high school in 1978. This edition by Amazing Stories, however, is very difficult to read due to its... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Tommy Miles
I bought this and downloaded it and there is just a covet but no book. I would like my money back or to have the book to read.Published 12 days ago by John Fish
Needed this book for a modern American literature course. The plot was pretty dark and I liked it. However, this particular copy of the book had no table of contents and looked... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kristin Meyer
this book taught me a lot and it is on a school library shelf now.Published 14 months ago by –SHIRLEY–
If you enjoy a story in which you will be disgusted with the human race and are not appalled at what can only be described as abominable actions from the main character of a story... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Big Brother
This is such a wonderful book to have! Came in so handy while I was reading it.Published 17 months ago by elizabeth parker
I'm reading it for class and I'm not a big fan of naturalism. It's well-written and easy to read, but the plot isn't really that interesting to me... it's a taste preference. Read morePublished on February 11, 2014 by Christie Hodges
Von Stroheim named the film adapted from this book, "Greed" and that should be the book's title as well. Read morePublished on December 28, 2013 by Randall L. Wilson