The Death and Life of Bobby Z

The Death and Life of Bobby Z

Book - 1997
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Publisher: New York : Knopf, 1997
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780679454298
0679454292
Branch Call Number: FIC Wins
Characteristics: 259 p

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PearlyBaker
Jul 10, 2017

I have not watched TV in 9 years and find it near unbearable to watch most media. When I try I always think to myself how much I'd rather be reading. I can say I am glad I did not start with this one but it's kind of cool to see the evolution of his writing. Besides, it's like when Donald J's son, Beavis lied about meeting with a Kremlin attorney during the election and they spun it by calling it a "nothing-burger". Thankfully Winslow, like Irvine Welsh, Jacqueline Woodson, Jon Ronson, Margaret Atwood and so many others can even make a nothing-burger read like a Triple Triple Animal Style.

daymakerdave Jul 10, 2011

Wasn't sure if I was going to like it after the first couple of chapters. The author writes the way teenagers on the beach talk, with lots of "like"s. Kind of annoying at first but once I got over it I could not put this book down. A great, fast-paced, page turner about a guy who takes on the identity of a legendary drug lord, who has many enemies, in an attempt to save himself from his own crappy existence. Now I want to read more from Don Winslow!

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daymakerdave Jul 10, 2011

daymakerdave thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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