Man Crazy: A Novel
Ingrid's father abandons her mother and herself, and as her mother "takes up with a string of faceless men," Ingrid sinks deeper and deeper into degradation until, with "the charismatic leader of a murderous satanic cult ... [she] witnesses something she shouldn't have seen."--Jacket.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - viviennestrauss - LibraryThing
Wow, this was a masterpiece! Generally, I gravitate to Oates' short stories rather than novels but this one was excellent. Painful reading at times due to the subject but beautiful prose. I underlined ... Read full review
MAN CRAZYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Oates's 27th novel, following fast on the heels of last year's highly praised We Were the Mulvaneys, revisits the depressed upstate New York environs of her earliest (and perhaps most typical) fiction ... Read full review