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Review: Truth Like the Sun

User Review  - Deborah O - Goodreads

borrring. I don't know how the author, Jim Lynch, managed to make a book about the 1962 world's fair and 2001 seattle so boring, but he certainly did. He did a lot of research, but that does not make an engaging and literate read. Read full review

Review: Truth Like the Sun

User Review  - Wesley - Goodreads

This was the second of two books that I read recently which were set in Seattle. This one moves back and forth between the Seattle Worlds Fair and the recent past, as a journalist tries to write a ... Read full review

Review: Truth Like the Sun

User Review  - Goodreads

This was the second of two books that I read recently which were set in Seattle. This one moves back and forth between the Seattle Worlds Fair and the recent past, as a journalist tries to write a ... Read full review

Review: Truth Like the Sun

User Review  - Ilya - Goodreads

well written, smart, but failed to really deliver. Author failed to get me excited enough about the mystery and its ultimate resolution. The chapters set in 2001 were consistently more interesting ... Read full review

Review: Truth Like the Sun

User Review  - Goodreads

well written, smart, but failed to really deliver. Author failed to get me excited enough about the mystery and its ultimate resolution. The chapters set in 2001 were consistently more interesting ... Read full review

Review: Truth Like the Sun

User Review  - Hannah Jo Parker - Goodreads

Just picked this up at my library, so am happily setting my other books aside for a day or two. I read the first 30 pages of this one while at the dentist's this morning and I am hooked! Perfect timing with the 50th anniversary of the World's Fair, too. Read full review


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