Publish date: July 19th 2011
Publisher: Editorial Presença
Pages no: 562
Edition language: Portuguese
Series: L.A. Quartet (#3)
L.A. Confidential feels like the book that James Ellroy has been preparing for and working up to during his entire career up to this point. He takes all of the themes he explored in previous novels and packs them into a book that's an even larger, more epic tale of crime, perversion, and Hollywood c...
(Creo que James Ellroy odia al genero masculino )Me hizo acordar a esas historias antiguas de detectives . LOs hombres duros y las "muñecas" ; todo es corrupto , todo es maligno y el super macho va en camino a salvar a su Peggy , Jenny o Mary . Ja! ELlroy lo adapta bastante bien .AHora puedo ver la ...
1) Yes, this was excellent.2) Yes, this was hard-boiled.3) Yes, this had confusing storylines.4) Yes, this book needed a list of characters (unless you have an incredible memory.) 5) Yes, I wanted to give this book a solid five stars. I have been wanting to read this great book for years, then when ...
I finally finished this one. It was pretty good. I really like James Ellroy's style even though the first half of the book I felt as if I was being bombarded with characters. However, it all made sense at the end. Oh yeah, and the movie is awesome too!
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