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The brilliance of his writing overcomes any shortcomings in plot. In the past this would have been a short story in Black Mask or similar pulp detective genre magazine.Published 9 months ago by Jon Harkavy
Johnson's "Jesus' Son" is one of my favorite books ever. I read "Nobody Move" in one sitting. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Marvela
I'd like to meet Mr Johnson ... I suspect he has known some of the same outlandish characters on a personal levelPublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
I have never read a Denis Johnson novel or short story before but I have heard about him. This short audible novel with Will Patton doing the talking makes it the first. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kristi Richardson
Generic, poorly-written pulp with no twists on a cliche-ridden genre. Denis Johnson is an award-winning writer. Don't ask me why.Published 15 months ago by Paul N Moulton
Each of the books of mr. Johnson's I read further convinces me of his power with the English language.Published 15 months ago by Randy Rice
I love noir. I love Denis Johnson. Home run, right? This book is a mess. Lifeless and boring, you can find much better noir or Johnson - save time and money, move along.Published 19 months ago by George Daniel Cooke