Reviewed by: Charles Dittell Date: 13 September 2004
Amazingly, no one has yet reviewed this book on this site; I consider it the finest book of the 20th century. It is a difficult, disturbing work, with loads of references beyond the reach of the average reader, but all that is fine, so long as you let yourself be taken into this paranoid world. Parts of the book are so disturbing that I wouldn't recommend it to child (or teen), but within the complexities of the story (stories?) lie genius. If you can let go of preconceptions and read Gravity's Rainbow with an open mind, you will be well-rewarded.
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