--- In email@example.com, Nathan Cain <IndieCrime@...> wrote:
> I bought a first edition in very fine condition, and promised myself I was
> going to be very careful reading it. I ended up turning pages so fast I tore
> one of them, which I imagine will hurt its resale value, but oh well. It was
> a helluva ride, and I don't sell my books. The sort of thing Gores did in
> Interface is very hard to pull off well, and he nailed it.
Masterpiece... if you haven't, check out the two Gypsy novels, 32 Cadillacs and Cons, Scams and Grifts... great stuff. At his best, Gores is hard to top, and he is never much below his best.
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