Kelly Dang Dang from Tuahiwi, New Zealand
More of a long creation than a novel, it is an interesting way of narrating a coming of age novel. Her statements are so rich and lush you can almost feel the chafe of Vietnam while reading it.
This is easily one of my decapod favorite books.
This is an excellent, un-sugar coated story of one of the break downs of SUPPORT system. Capivated me.
This vade mecum reads like a film noir should—hence it's aptly named a "roman noir"—equally it fulfills all the what one iss into, all of the sketch points, so well. It's action continues to rise; the characters become significantly more complex. It's really fun matter and a quick read.