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One of my all-time favourites. Glamourous, magical and with incredibly vivid characters. This is a book that I keep coming back to.Published 1 month ago by elizabeth jefferson
Pulitzer prize winner,Very good read, quite a page turner obviously. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves reading.Published 3 months ago by Will
I read this book in high school after taking it out of my library. I never really had the chance to buy it until now. Read morePublished 17 months ago by azi
Kavalier & Clay depicts what it was like to live in occupied Poland during the war. Joe Kavalier is followed from his youth in Poland to his early 20's and 30's in New York. Read morePublished on Nov. 25 2010 by Jennifer
Just a short note to add to so many other reviews.
I used to collect comics as I kid but I actually enjoyed the characters more in this story than the comic book... Read more
This book was incredibly dense, rich and full of comic book lore goodness.
The detail and research that went into this book is staggering, the birth of the characters was... Read more
I picked it up thinking that it looked right up my alley. Don't be fooled by the title or the back jacket. That said, it was still an immensely well written book. Read morePublished on June 15 2007 by M. Catalano
This is an enormous book (600+ pages) that you just can't put down. The story weaves and dips, taking us on a fascinating journey through 3 decades of comic and real world... Read morePublished on March 1 2007 by David Phillips
The story of The Escapist and his creators is good escapism. I picked up this novel because it won the Pulitzer Prize, one of the most reliable sources for good literature. Read morePublished on April 9 2005 by Courteous