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Superbia (2000)

by Bernard Schaffer(Favorite Author)
3.69 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Fucking great book. There. I said it. Not my most brilliant piece of mind but it's heartfelt. I don't know how much of this was made up or real and I don't particularly care. It's damn good. The writing is clever, clear and with no bullshit. Not my usual type of book at all. In fact, I was pretty reluctant to read it but I'd had it for a couple months and thought I should give it a try. I don't regret it one bit. I didn't put it down once after I started reading it. It was fun yet scary. Entertaining yet painful. Passionate and yet...brutal. It has real feeling behind all of it. Well done.
review 2: It's a cop story--there are drug dealers, and prostitutes and bad cops and good cops and young cops and cops who aspire to be chief so they will kiss butt and lie a
... moret any opportunity. There is swearing and families that function without their police dad--some better than others. There are cops who see terrible, awful things that they can't ever un-see. There are people who defend the child molester uncle instead of the child victim. There are cops that keep secrets for the right price and those who are beaten to keep secrets. I don't think cops could function without a huge helping of arrogance. It had it all. I'll read book 2. less
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