No the author never touches on any genuine issue. It is pop culture-hype only.
No just this author, read Susan Jacoby.
That's all it was a performance a no brainer.
The author who was the narrator.
The author needs to be serious aboout why he changed from believer to non-believer. This book is just pulp.
I have read the bio of Wilson and William James and the beginning is very interesting. Then you will need tooth picks which the author tells you about puss or Puss. You will get sick of puss. Then wear the seat belt so you can finish the book.
Leave out the middle.
Too much puss and snuff and shouldn't the murder be more central than Wilson, Princeton and the Nassau Club?
The humor of Walt and Henry with the dog in the city.
Walt's care for his daughter in his aspirations for her to have the corner office and of course the surprise death.
He is Walt and John Valjean.
I want them to go back to Wyoming.
I am glad Walt loves his daughter, I have a daughter.
Good to put you to sleep.
A great disappointment. I listened 3 times and still didn't get it.
This is a good book book for people who are patient and open minded and not close minded.
Dr. Kai was the hardest working person in the book and explained more about the story than any other person.
Ver flexible but there are errors and can be over looked.
This is a Southern Baptist Book , Texas Culture and a clash with Asian culture. However if you like this type of story you you may go to bed late a couple of days and learn a some thing if you research the subject and get the book. It's a novel and I think it's great for me. Sure it's not perfect but what is. You may learn a lot by giving the author a chance about Mao, PKD cross cultural adoption problems andhow wonderful the world is and isn't, yin yang, feng shui.
It ranks high but is depressing to learn that the USA is trying to steal, lie, and cheat so much.
Now that Petraeus has had an affair why not get rid of the CIA and give it to someone else?
I am a Vietman era Vet and so the Vietnam info was helpful to process.
Eisenhower was right, don't believe a word they say.
You need to listen to it or read it.
Roth could take lessons from Wallace Stegner. You don't have to descrive everything about sex in every book. Humans know about sex. Use words that inspire not just to sell books.
Seymour, he is doing the rightthing.
The narrator was great.
It was a great book I am looking forward to seeing what they do with the movie. It represents my lifespan. I fel sorry for the younger people in the book.
Tell Roth to avoid John Updike's determined to exalain sex in every book. We got it.
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.
Readers who like to hear the F word used as plot, theme and story to excess.
Definitely not, slow and discusses the F word on every 60 second segment.
Narrators are good.
It is misleading, Katherine Bailey has OCD with sex more than door locks. It is a good example of the decline of literature in western civilization.
If you like to hear the F word used repeatedly as literary form this book is for you. Save your money and just write the F word about 1000 times.
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