Underworld Paperback – 4 Mar 2011
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America's greatest living writer. (Observer)
A literary colossus, equal to any (and surpassing most) of the vaulting novels which strive for the immensity of the American mythic. (Geoff Dyer Sunday Telegraph)
A rousingly impressive achievement in almost every novelistic department - dialogue, structure, timing, precise description, heartfelt veracity and the rest . . . In Underworld we have a mature and hugely accomplished novelist firing on all cylinders, at the sophisticated height of his multifarious powers. (William Boyd Observer)
An epic novel combining fiction and history in a collaboration that encompasses fifty years of American history.See all Product description
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Touching and at times lyrically sharp and but also lurid. A great writer is able to inhabit the world around him, in DeLillo you can find the translation for a thousand American voices. They are you, and you, him. All, Children of the bomb.
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An extraordinary book that offers a unique reading experience. DeLillo has an uncanny imagination and his goal to capture the inner history of the times rather than the public...Read more
I suppose if you took the time and considerable effort that finishing this book would require, you would have to justify that by declaring it a fantastic read.Read more
This book is complete and utter drivel. In Underworld Delillo proves unequivocally that one needs neither talent nor ability to become a published writer.Read more
This was recommended by someone whose judgement I trust, but unfortunately it just wasn't for me. I read the first hundred pages, and then about another hundred pages after that...Read more