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How to say a lot by just saying a little. This novel was unlike anything I've read/been exposed to in my narrow years of reading enjoyment.Published 3 months ago by Hossen Heffa
What an amazing storyteller. I was invested in the characters right away and sorry when the book was at the end. Parts were puzzling, shocking and sweet. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jan iiams
So far I've liked everything I've read by Pete Dexter. This one is a bit dark with the main character being quite a nasty person, but everything revolves around him in a very... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michael Bulbenko
National book award? Really? Got this because Paperboy was so well written. This was just, well, just a waste of time. Just a strange story about strange people. Huh???Published 10 months ago by Chip
Dexter writes a very compelling story about a really awful person. While Paris is simply terrible, the rest of the cast of characters are flawed but very human. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jeffrey G. Stein
My first Pete Dexter read... I really enjoyed this book. Sympathetic characters in the steamy south. I fell right in.Published 11 months ago by Kindle Customer
One of the worst books I've ever purchased. The Book Club made a mistake in accepting it for reading and discussion.Published 12 months ago by Ronald Balsley