It blows away just about any crime novel I have ever read. No one not even James Elroy could think this stuff up.
The casual and very tenuous but also very chilling connection between the victims, near victims and the killers created at the fringes of the entertainment industry in Los Angeles. Sex, drugs, hippies, bikers, record producers, cowboy extras, big name recording artists, The Black Panthers, The Beatles and the Bible's Book of Revelation all combine to create the most off the wall over the top insane motive for murder and mayhem ever.
I have not but he does an outstanding job. The hair stood up at the back of my neck many times during his narration.
Even if you read the book when it came out in the early 70's it still seems very fresh and is worth a re-read or better yet a listen.
Not better but I enjoy having them both
Brother Cadfael is right up there with all the great literary detectives. The books give you a feel for life in medieval times but makes human nature seem truly timeless
A very nice performance I don't think any of the other books were performed by a women actor but she was able to believable perform all of the parts well both male and female. Characters were given distinctive voices.
It is in it's way a Christmas story so the parts that take place on Christmas Eve were among my favorites.
Probable not. I read and enjoyed the book as a boy but I did not remember it being so politically heavy handed espec ially for book writen for young adults. The story also moves slower than I remembered.
The journey from the boarding school back to the colony.
The tree of liberty must be watered with the blood of tyrants even on Mars.
It's hard to believe that this book was written in the 1920's. it could easily have been written today.
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