Book Review: Amor Towles - Rules of Civility


Hello to one and all! I recently had the opportunity to read and review Rules of Civility by Amor Towles for

It's a great cocktail of a book: one part Fitzgerald, one part Mad Men and one part Richard Yates, and it goes down smooth.

Come on over and read the full review.

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2 Responses to “ Book Review: Amor Towles - Rules of Civility ”

  1. I was stunned by the imagery, the brutality, and the beauty of Towles
    writing. The plot was reminiscent of Fitzgerald, but the characters
    seemed much more real. I loved this book; it will be added to my list of

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  2. I've read a lot of comparisons of
    this book to The Great Gatsby, and I can see that but I actually thought
    about Wharton more while reading it. I thoroughly enjoyed this book,
    its depiction of a city I love and the beauty of the language the author
    used to set the stage. It's definitely one of my top reads.

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