Birdman : A Novel
2 journalers for this copy...
Looking forward to reading it.
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
A solid crime thriller, but the writing seemed to fall short on the what ought to have been the more gruesome parts, which left the feeling it just wasn't as good a read as it could have been.
I believe the sequel, "The Treatment", is a little better written and therefore I would be keen to read that before deciding whether this author is for me or not.
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