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From The New Yorker
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I guess I'm just not that fond of Joan Didion's writing style. The book was very informative, though.Published 3 months ago by Gretel
Every American, starting with every Californian, must read this book. Didion, our best essayist writing, here opens up her own illusions, and with them ours. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David Williams
I have a jillion of these things to write, I got way behind, so just look at the star rating, the title and go with that. Sincerely, TinaPublished 7 months ago by Tina L. Dufrene
I am floored, entranced and deeply saddened reading this book. California history has never been told to the East and my own Midwestern region, and Joan Didion illuminates the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Louise Venden
I always appreciate Joan Didion ' s ability to put such concise language to her interior experience. Insightful and generated a brisk book group discussion.Published 9 months ago by Susan Holtz
The book met and exceeded my expectations. It was fascinating, beautifully researched, quite moving but also quite funny, with Joan Didion's signature dry wit. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Skippin'Kitty