The Pit: A Story Of Chicago
But Laura, preoccupied with looking for the Cresslers, hardly listened. Aunt Wess', whose count was confused by all these figures murmured just behind her, began over again, her lips silently forming the words, "sixty-one, sixty-two, and two is sixty-four." Behind them the voice continued....
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Schmerguls - LibraryThing
I started reading this on June 1, 1946 and on that date said: "It's terible so far." It got better, and I remember being blown away by the description of the trading on the floor. And in 1952 when I ... Read full review
Review: The Pit: A Story of Chicago (The Epic of the Wheat #2)User Review - Dan - Goodreads
The main character is too much of an idiot for my taste. I liked the feel for the time period. Not a bad story overall. Read full review