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Stick

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2012

    Dashkoff

    Listen im the roman one. I dont think youve noticed but everyone hates rome. Im the only one in danger here.
    - Dashkoff

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2012

    Haley

    What curse?

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  • Posted April 11, 2010

    it is a true Elmore Leonard, full of twists and turns as well as the unexpected.

    This is a good read. Leonard'w work is always well written and full of interesting turns of the plot. Knowing Detroit and a bit about Jacktown, I can appreciate his point of view. It is not great fiction but good for a rainy day at the cottage or a fairly long plane trip.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2002

    It's all in the language.

    Stick is a novel that thrives soley on dialoge. Not because it's funny or touching but because it's real. It relishes it and swims in it. Leonard is probably the best dialouge writer out there. The reason his books adapt so well to the big screen is due to Leonard's expertise with the language we speak. A superb example of contemporary fiction. It may not be his best book, I've only read this one, but it is fantastic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2001

    Does Elmore Leonard Ever Go Wrong?

    Elmore Leonard is the premier writer of crime fiction for a reason. He is a criminal! No, actually, it is because he can generate book after book using similar characters in the same environment and never fail to keep each book unique. You are engaged in the first chapter and are surprised at the end - every time. It is true that his books are written for the movie generation and their attention span, but why is that wrong? Elmore Leonard is the best writer of exciting contemporary fiction. It just happens to work well on screen.

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