Unsurprisingly, the dialogue is stellar in this book, laugh-out-loud funny, dark and sharp and sarcastic. There’s a scene early on between Grant and his parole officer, dialogue only, that was so delightful I wanted to make out with it. The novel’s start was a bit slow for me — the narrative was a bit long-winded at times — but as the story went on, I was hooked, and I couldn’t stop reading. I didn’t want the book to end, either, although I found it immensely satisfying, just what I didn’t know I wanted.
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