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by George Pelecanos
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Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 6 years ago
Chris Flynn is a troubled youth from DC and after some brushes with the law, finds himself in reform school. Upon his release, he is walking the straight and narrow, working for his father, when he and a friend stumble upon a gym bag full of money on a carpet laying job. They don't take the money ...
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 7 years ago
Redemption...A story of love between a father and son, but a sort of a clunker.Pelecanos’s fiction has for a while now been decidedly more upbeat, less bleak and, I dare say, a little too predictable. What's also getting on my nerves is his skewed syntax and more than a few strangely constructed sen...
Only Mostly Dead
Only Mostly Dead rated it 10 years ago
I enjoyed this book. It builds slowly but by the end I was gripped. What could have been written as a straight-forward crime thriller became a brooding meditation on the effects of crime on young boys and men - and their families. But that sounds a bit analytical. The thing I enjoyed about this book...
drey's library
drey's library rated it 11 years ago
The Way Home by George Pelecanos is a story about how your past can not only come back to haunt you, but it influences the way everyone sees you and your actions thereafter. It is also a story on rising above, growing up, and doing the right thing.Christopher Flynn just couldn't seem to make the rig...
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