White Noise (Picador 40th Anniversary Edition) (Picador 40th Anniversary Editn)
Publish date: March 1st 2012
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Literary Fiction
, 20th Century
I have a really hard time with these types of books. It had no real plot. It just sort of meandered along with all of the characters being hopelessly cynical about life and death. I felt like the author could have made his point in 100 pages rather than three times that many. Maybe it is me - I ...
I am not sure what I was expecting from this one since I had never heard of Don DeLillo prior to seeing my friend Edward’s review. I didn’t read the synopsis and didn’t look at any spoilery reviews, but pictured it to be something else entirely. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it ev...
I don't know why but I just can't get this book finished. I've tried several times, and even buckled down and tried the audiobook (which went better), but I get 20-25% of the way through and just lose interest in the characters. The MC/Narrator in particular is just so ridiculously smug about everyt...
I thought that I will not like this novel. I thought that all the fuss about it was exaggerated. I was wrong. I enjoyed this novel a lot. I laughed a lot while reading it. I liked the irony, the sarcasm, the tragic-attractive moods. I liked the contradictions and the writing style. In short I liked ...
Certainly seems like a great introduction to Delillo's work. Fantastic novel.
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