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A little sow and difficult to read but if oyu get into it , its fun.Published 13 days ago by S. Thomas
How could one not give 5 stars to a book which was born as the Berlin Wall came down and which is still relevant to today's cultural landscape. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John G
Jane Smiley is one of the best writers working today. She never disappoints. A Smiley book is a major reading event.Published 5 months ago by patsygray
I found the book only mildly amusing--I was disappointed. The characters are so improbable that it's hard to care what happens to them. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lawrence J. Lujan
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Jane Smiley knows how to write gentle satire. Moo is a spoof of all the petty machinations that go on in any institution of higher learning anywhere in the world. Read morePublished 9 months ago by francescogtomassi