»Yes, the mayhem quotient is off the charts in Bill’s debut novel, but there is much more to Donnybrook than characters maimed and murdered in nightmarish ways. The cast is memorable, the dialogue crackles, the tension is unrelenting — and it all happens for a reason.«
Donnybrook by Frank Bill is a testosterone-fueled tale about southern Indiana lowlifes, says Dave Astor. His review of the novel you can read at The Washington Post.
»And Poe definitely „shaped America,“ or at least the literary/cultural tastes of many Americans.«
Re-reading is the new reading. Dave Astor did it with Edgar Allan Poe. If he still loves Poe – find out at huffingtonpost.com.