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A great meander through history and the contemporary world, with wild side trips, all wrapping up neatly.Published 1 month 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 6 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 9 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 9 months ago by Annie
taught me about vermin and how to stop them from spreading further.Published 10 months ago by Robert
Such an amazing and interesting book. I was captivated especially since i live in this city.Published 12 months ago by RobDJr
Intriguing, but at times more a history of some of the obscure, forgotten public characters of New York City rather than the rats in the title.Published 14 months ago by Lee H.