It needs a plot, characters, and a purpose other than an attempt to be vulgar.
This is not a genre, it is a waste of time and money.
By not speaking.
All of them.
This is not a book it is a void with a disappoint non-story, title and how this book won an award is a miracle.
This is not a genre it is nothing.
Narrator is fine.
There is no story.
Save your money you will be disappointed.
Book of incomplete sentences, plot, worthless, does not make sense and goes no place.
Someone who could speak English
The New York Times Book Review lies
People who enjoy reading about sex, with descriptive details based on the dumb down education of decline in America. Learn that to come is all there is to life.
I certalny won't believe the reviews but will just take my chances.
When I decided to shut the book and throw it away.
I would never publish it it's trash.
If you like to get horny reading books read this one. And then you can learn where your spot is and come, maybe.
yes the story is good and the ability of the author to communcate with exciting vivid language is excellent.
The plt was not up front, Therefore the plot was a surprise.
The description of who people and places were were all enthralling.
I read this book mostly because of the language.
It is a must read.
Not NSA too much unexplained, details too obscure.
I did not like the book after chapter 5.
Yes this will sell.
They are addicting, Johnson is great.
Walt's moments with the buffalo and listening for Virgil are always so special.
Waly of course he makes the whole thing work.
Don't make a film.
Move Cady closer to Wyoming, someday he's not going to make it to Philly.
empathy, sadness, reality
Eileen, because she was the energy of the three generations. She was the glue that connected her father to herself and to her son to become a teacher whhile managing a 51 year with Alzheimer's disease.
Ed's letter written to his son when he first learned about the disease not to be given to him until after his death.
The book was very good, but for me would have been just as effective without the sexual references. We all know about those and don't need the distraction. It is the only thing that might keep this book from being a Pulitzer.
Yes, the author reveals facts, that I fact check but she also shares her personal experience which is astonishing. I am not from the South and was only 7 years old when this even happened but my empathy for Melba and the others was aroused. It's hard to understand how people like Faubus existed.
I think the author's own suggestion to read the life of Gandhi is good.
I got a lot of stares from my family and questions because she is very dramatic.
Everyone and every high schooler should read it.
The top 300
The breadth of the historicity of the subject.
A film would ruin it.
This book requires a lot of checking the references for accuracy they are so astonishing.
Clintonmania, entertainment, save your money, the authors are trying to make a buck with no content. This is a Kitty Kelly book not academic.
He was bored himself.
There are opportunists in the book publishing world probably sponsored by the Clintons.
We are living in sad times.
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