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Worth reading if you are under 30 and feel constrained by a world that is strange and not to your likingPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Beautiful. How much it relates to present day thoughts, confusions,and happenings is just amazing. It holds a mirror up to humanity as it always has beenPublished 1 month ago by franco
It is so obvious, here, in Fitzgerald's first novel, that this is a new voice, an exciting voice, a distinct voice. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christine Garner
Well, it was okay. I mean, I know it's F. Scott Fitzgerald, but it did not float my boat the way I expected it to, and certainly not as much as The Great Gatsby. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Silver Star
What a disappointment. I expected a masterpiece. This was so rambling and boring. I can't recommend this book even though I am a big fan of Fitzgerald.Published 2 months ago by R. P. Henson
Whiny and brittle. I thought I didn't like I liked Fitzgerald's writing and now I know I don't. Uninteresting characters in situations of no value to the modern reader. Not a fan.Published 2 months ago by The Separator