tea fiend (pbprincess) wrote in bookgeeks,
tea fiend

Anthony Burgess

I've just finished reading Any Old Iron by Anthony Burgess, which I found difficult to sink into.

I have liked other Burgess I've read, notably The Piano Players and A Clockwork Orange. His use of language is always gorgeous, even in Any Old Iron, it's just that I felt the plot lacked cohesion.

Thoughts? Arguments? Recommendations of books of his I might like better?

(crossposted to several reading communities, with apologies)
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