A perfect book to read alongside The Great Gatsby. Excellent (William Leith Evening Standard)
This book has as much spirit as gin fizz cocktails (Lady)
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This book, bought in the justly famous Elliott Bay Bookstore in Seattle, was my chosen summer read - something I came to regret, since there are layers of misery here. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jim O'Donoghue
Sarah Churchwell has the blood-seeking instincts of a journalist, the diligence of an academic and an enviable command of the English language. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MSP Rose
Sarah Churchwell must be an amazing Professor because this is a brilliant work. I felt as if I were back at Harvard in the midst of a lively stimulating and scintillating... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S aldridge
A great accompaniment to studying The Great Gatsby, brilliant for context but also as equally interesting to be read merely for opinion and history to one of the greatest American... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mia Ward
A book which kept me turning the pages. It is very well written and for anyone interested in the life and work of F Scott Fitzgerald it is a 'must have.'Published 10 months ago by Champollion
Superb. A first rate literary historian firmly places Fitzgerald and The Great Gatsby in context.Published 14 months ago by wdb
It came and it looked as though a child had tried to pritstick the bookcover to the book; it was full of bubbles and not professionally done. Read morePublished 20 months ago by noodlequick