"If I could give a negative star rating, I would. This book was over 800 pages. I wouldn't have minded if it were halfway good. Bogged down by lengthy historical references and play-by-plays of baseball games from the 60s, I skimmed so much of this..."
"Not sure why this 866 page doorstopper is on the Mann Booker shortlist. It has been called a “quadrophonic bildungsroman” of, in my opinion a self-absorbed white male writer. The problem is that it’s hard to care about any of the four Archie Fergu..."