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Minor Snobs (2011)

by Daniel Amory(Favorite Author)
3.22 of 5 Votes: 1
0615444326 (ISBN13: 9780615444321)
Patron Press
review 1: For me this story was a character study. I still am conflicted with some of it and also how the title of this book fits the story. Tom Sanders is just about the only normal person in the story and the people who surround him are(to put it nicely)a bit interesting. It really makes me wonder about this generation of people and where we are heading in the future. Some of these people in the book were so undecided with their life and trying to be happy. I liked the Authors descriptions of the city and the people. This was a goodreads giveaway.
review 2: I won this in a first reads giveaway.Minor Snobs is a portrait of a new generation coming of age in the 21st century. Pulsating with the rhythms of contemporary America, it is the story of competing dreams colliding
... more in a chronicle of youth. Set in Chicago, Minor Snobs introduces Tom Sanders, a handsome, conscientious, and astute young law graduate. Amid a vivid, fevered summer following graduation, the story follows Tom as he becomes a witness to obsession and tragedy, hate and love, violence and passion, and hope and despair.This book just wasn't for me at all. I really tried hard to finish reading it, but in the end I just couldn't focus enough to finish. less
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it was definitely different. not really that interesting. hard to keep track of the player
This thin book contains highly descriptive scenes of Chicago and a slice of life.
Just won this in a First Reads giveaway, so I'm really excited to read it! :)
I like books about youth and feelings.
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