I've read most of Perry's novels. The Whitefield novels stood head and shoulders above the rest ... until "Strip". The plot twists and turns, holding the reader's interest... the characters are interesting and well-developed.
This book is heavy on the author's philosophy and musings, and short on actual incidents and history... it could have been a tightly written, compelling read if edited down to the plot/story line.... but as is, I kept waiting for the 'interesting' part , for the story to pick up the pace - but it never did
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