The November Criminalsby Sam Munson
Addison Schact and his best friend Digger become obsessed with investigating the murder of a classmate as they travel through Washington DC’s underworld in this “thoughtful coming-of-age story and engaging teenage noir” (The New York Times).
Soon to be a major motion picture starring Chloë Grace Moretz and Ansel Elgort!
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It's been over two months now since The November Criminals was published, and yet not a single review here at bn.com. I always hate to be the first to submit a review lest some one come long later and point out all of the things I missed about the novel. So that is probably what will happen here. But, here goes: The November Criminals is virtually unreadable. After 50 pages I was going to give up, but then it became somewhat interesting. For a while. But the narrator is so self-absorbed that it becomes obnoxious. He will take a small topic and go on for pages about it, thinking, I imagine, that the reader is just fascinated. And maybe some were, but not enough to write up a review. About page 160 I was sure that I had enough, and I do admit to skimming some of his long and tedious blatherings, but I did finish the book. And I am nowhere ahead for doing it. So I await the review that tells me what I missed!