The Adventures of Augie March
Publish date: April 26th 2001
Pages no: 536
Edition language: English
I had to read this for my real life book club. And, boy, was that hard work. Yes, this was written brilliantly. And it did have a rich cast of many, many interesting and unique characters. But. It was way too long and partially pretty boring. Though a lot happened to and with Augie, basicall...
Introduction: The Great American Augie, by Christopher Hitchens--The Adventures of Augie March
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Well, this took its sweet time getting good.
I am done..., 32% and I get the picture... Jimmy (as so often) captures my sentiments completelyhttp://www.goodreads.com/review/show/33973580If there weren't so many, MANY books on my TBR, I'd likely persevere, but I'm too old for that particular virtue (or vice..., as the case may be).A let down, I...
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