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Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Cecil James - Goodreads

As much as I wanted to like this novel, I didnt. Although it was very well written, I found the book tedious, boring, and difficult to read. It did improve somewhat toward the ending. Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Cecil James - Goodreads

As much as I wanted to like this novel, I didnt. Although it was very well written, I found the book tedious, boring, and difficult to read. It did improve somewhat toward the ending. Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Michael Kroft - Goodreads

There are few novels that failed to incite any emotion in me, and this is one of them. Beside the story being long winded and bland, the list of characters is as long as any Russian novel and keeping ... Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Judith - Goodreads

Not an easy read but so rewarding. It's beautiful, grotesque and tragic all at the same time. Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Judith - Goodreads

Not an easy read but so rewarding. It's beautiful, grotesque and tragic all at the same time. Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Robert Anderson - Goodreads

This book fills me with longing to visit South America- with Joseph Conrad. Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Robert Anderson - Goodreads

This book fills me with longing to visit South America- with Joseph Conrad. Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Rodrigo - Goodreads

Now, THAT is a great book! Not an easy read though. A thread of stories back and forth in time, stories that grow and fade connecting characters with different backgrounds to the one and only ... Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Rita O'connell - Goodreads

Capitalists clash with politics in a generic South American country that is constantly changing governments with military takeovers. Naturally, the natives are their innocent victims. Read full review

Review: Nostromo

User Review  - Goodreads

Capitalists clash with politics in a generic South American country that is constantly changing governments with military takeovers. Naturally, the natives are their innocent victims. Read full review


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