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Summary The Last Block In Harlem

Cause However his The Last PDF or best intentions go awry when his clean up efforts bring media coverage that sets off a rash of evictions and ushers in an influx of new and affluent tenantsHis fight to clean up the block evolves into a uest to cleanse his soul. I wanted to like this book I really enjoyed the premise but the execution was unusual This is Mr Herz s first book and it reads like it That is ok Every author has a first book and lots of kinks need practice to work themselves out The writing is a little clumsy at times but he has a talent for descriptions It s the organization of ideas and the consistency of time that is bothersome The ending is nuts In the weirdest worst way imaginable Heck I couldn t imagine it The wheels really fall off the bus at the end Then that bus runs off a cliff And catches fire And burns a village below You get the picture Spoiler Alert A couple of things about this story really bugged me The ghosts like the kid on the bridge Maybe the man on the subway with the EXACT SAME abortion story I felt like this second story line added nothing It seemed to muddy the water if anything Is this mystical realism Just the protagonist falling apart I m not sure I d feel any better about the book knowing the answers Also I was just kind of left with the feeling there was a slight anti abortion tone to the book Maybe not I m not certain Just because the theme of abortion regret was present doesn t make it intended as a cautionary tale It just sort of left that impression with me

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The Last Block In Harlem

But the Last Block In PDF #202 choices he makes cannot change the past and the secrets that haunt him What exists beneath the surface can't be held down for long On the last block in Harlem accomplishment and love will clash but which force is strong enough to wi. I ve never been to Harlem but I feel like I have after reading this book The author has a rare talent for recreating the sights sounds and smells of the neighborhood not to mention realistically depicting the characters who populate it Not to give too much away but I didn t see the ending coming and wasn t sure how I felt about it Later I thought about the book and mentally retraced the steps leading up to the last chapter similar to what I did after seeing the film The Sixth Sense Overall I still prefer warm fuzzy endings but this one made me think and react not a bad thing at all I will definitely read Christopher Herz s next novel He clearly has a creative mind and I can t wait to see what he comes up with next

Christopher Herz ✓ 2 Summary

A young couple seeking Block In PDFEPUB #10003 a fresh start moves into a fourth floor walk up in Sugar Hill Harlemwhere kids run through hydrants and music blares from stereos plugged into lampposts When the husband notices trash marring the streets he finds his. I would say this was soft literary Very vibrant writing Great use of setting I felt like I was in Harlem The story was enjoyable Usually I like a lot of violence or sex with my reads unfolding withing a mystery This story was not that It was about a man finding himself human connection within a urban jungle and even some themes on gentrification and existentialism Good read I will def check out from this author


10 thoughts on “The Last Block In Harlem

  1. says:

    This book was going so well for about the first half then it started to gradually veer off course and then the plane crashed into a mo

  2. says:

    I would say this was soft literary Very vibrant writing Great use of setting I felt like I was in Harlem The story was enjoyable Usual

  3. says:

    Unless you're new to reading my blog you're probably aware of my love for all things New York City There is something so real about the city and it's full of such history And the variety in culture and people in New York is something that continues to draw me to it My family makes fun of me for a remark I made after returning from my first trip to NYC when I said that I felt like I belonged in NYC than I do here in Fl

  4. says:

    The first thing I noticed about this book was how distinctly male it was In no way is this a criticism I am a huge fan of Jack Keroua

  5. says:

    I wanted to like this book I really enjoyed the premise but the execution was unusual This is Mr Herz's first bo

  6. says:

    Ok so this book was loaned to me on my Kindle and I was so excited to receive it I began to read it immediately Of course I only had two weeks to finish it which is an eternity to me but I was anxious to get started reading The title drew me in also The story began and I was somewhat interested As I continued reading I began to feel disconnected and lost for where the author was trying to take me The development of ch

  7. says:

    I really wanted to like this book I picked it up as a Samsung Deal of the Month because I'm currently living in a downtown neighborhood that's going through gentrification I liked that this book was dissecting the growing pains of neighborhood change from the inside out It started well and I liked where it was headed but then the whole thing went down a bizarro rabbit hole and crashed and burned I also reall

  8. says:

    I've never been to Harlem but I feel like I have after reading this book The author has a rare talent for recreating the sights sounds and smells of the neighborhood not to mention realistically depicting the characters who populate it Not to give too much away but I didn't see the ending coming and wasn't sure h

  9. says:

    I read this via a Crazy Book Tours and I have to say it did not impress me Not every book can be a winner and it's great to step out and read things that normally you wouldn't so I am not sorry I read it just that it didn't click with meWhat starts as a little sweep up from a resident our main character who is never named in the entire book turns into so much It's a look into the lives of people in Harlem and everywhere in my opinion

  10. says:

    weird but good book I enjoyed reading it