By William Gaddis
Absurdly logical, mercilessly actual, accumulating its personal tumultuous momentum for the last word brush with commodity education, JR captures the reader within the cacophony of voices that revolves round this younger captive of his personal myths. The aggravating readability with which this comprehensive author captures the ways that we deal, dissemble, and stumble via our phrases - via our lives - whereas the true plans are being made in other places makes JR the intense novel that it truly is.
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