Book Review: Last Night in Twisted River by John Irving
4 Stars , Fiction / November 5, 2010

I borrowed this book from the local library. My Rating for Last Night in Twisted River – 4 About: “Last Night in Twisted River” was my first John Irving novel and the word “operatic” comes to mind. Even though this novel is long, the plot is tight and interesting. I never thought I’d read a novel which has a tight plot, but still manages to ramble on and on as well as keep my interest – but there you have it. “Operatic” and a “tight plot”… sounds like your kind of novel – Buy it today! | Thoughts: This is one of those books that I, personally, really like. The book is polished (but not overdone), the characters are very engaging and each one, even the minor ones, has their own history full of prose as well as many insights into parenthood and the joys and pains that come with it. | The story moves back and forth in time, despite Irving’s weird sex scenes, violent actions and some funny (and not so funny) deaths, the plot revolves around Daniel becoming a writer and gives Mr. Irving the opportunity to take out his ire on “dimwitted” book reviewers and sensationalistic…

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