Book Review: The Poison Pill: A Business Gothic Thriller by Marciano Guerrerocategories: Book, Gothic, Horror Thriller, Suspense, Veterans, Vietnam, Thriller
Author: Marciano Guerrero
Well WrittenIf you read Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Dickens, and Trollope you will realize that Guerrero's English is that good. If you are tired of Hemingway, Mailer, Updike, DeLillo, Chabon and other mediocre writers you will find "The Poison Pill" a great reading. In this humble, unassuming book you'll find rhetorical figures that make you think and lots of literary allusions. Oh, yes! Intelligent puzzles, too, a la Borges. It has been a long time since I read a book so well written. Where was Guerrero all these years?
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