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So I've started -- just begun, really -- reading this book, this observational corpus, this magnum opus of an alleyway lurker, about rats, rattus norvegicus, the brown rat, the rat... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Daniel J. Green
Fascinating narrative about a possible pet, when domesticated of course!Published 21 days ago by Silverstone
A great meander through history and the contemporary world, with wild side trips, all wrapping up neatly.Published 2 months ago by Pythagoras
While waiting for my time slot for a tour of the Museum of the Tenements, in New York's lower East Side, I flicked through their gift store and stumbled on this work of narrative... Read morePublished 7 months ago by orla mcalinden
I enjoyed Sullivan's narrative on a somewhat visceral subject. He brings the rats right up to the nose of the reader in a good way. Read morePublished 10 months ago by A Forest Fan
If you're willing to field questions about why on earth you're reading a book about rats, this is a great read. I loved getting such an atypical view onto the history of NYC. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Annie
taught me about vermin and how to stop them from spreading further.Published 11 months ago by Robert