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NIGHTJACK should be a mandatory reading to everybody who wants to explore mental illness as a central theme of their fiction. It can get to be quite a chore at times, but Piccirilli is never confrontational and never tries to lose you on purpose. Entertaining his reader always remains the priority. If you're into Piccirilli as deep as I am, this is a no-brainer, you've GOT to read this. It's too insane to pass on. If you don't know this cult author, read it for the sheer nattative stunt that it is.
All hail The Pic Man.
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This is a very challenging read, not meant to be read in small spurts. Capturing the nature of multiple personality disorder is a huge task, but I think Piccirilli did a... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Pete Morin
Awful story scatterbrained not what I expect from this author.Published on July 24, 2014 by Amazon Customer
...but too convoluted and filled with melodrama and stereotypes to really be effective. If you want to read this one, check it out from your library.Published on March 10, 2013 by Cynthia Jokela
Piccirilli is just an awesome writer, hands down. I'm sad to see a review claiming they didn't understand it. In this case it is not the author's fault, but the reader's. Oh well. Read morePublished on December 7, 2011 by T. Zelazny