- Author: Greg Iles
- ISBN: 0062311077
- ISBN13: 9780062311078
- Language: English
- Pages: 800
I've been a big fan of Greg Iles since his first book, Spandau Phoenix, which was published almost 20 years ago. When I learned several months ago that Iles was going to publish his first book in five years (after a long recovery from a horrible auto accident), I have been anxiously awaiting its publication. So, when an advance copy of Natchez Burning was offered via the Amazon Vine program, I quickly snapped it up and began reading it.
Having now finished Natchez Burning, the first installment of a trilogy, I have to say that, while not being a perfect read (but, then again, what book is?), I found it to be a mostly captivating, richly entertaining, highly memorable book. Natchez Burning is, in my opinion, Iles's most ambitious novel to-date, and one that not only delivers the suspense, action and twists and turns fans have come to expect from his books, but one that serves as a historical document centering on the racial politics of the last fifty years.
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