Bob Randall

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Bob Randall

Bob Randall By Bob Randall Bob Randall A story told in a series of letters tells about a fan of a broadway star Initially the letters are friendly but become increasingly possessive and threatening until things turn violent

  • Title: Bob Randall
  • Author: Bob Randall
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  • Page: 455
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  • Bob Randall By Bob Randall A story told in a series of letters tells about a fan of a broadway star Initially the letters are friendly but become increasingly possessive and threatening until things turn violent.
    Bob Randall By Bob Randall

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      Published :2020-02-21T20:53:02+00:00

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    1. Chris on said:

      The novel is already a step ahead of the pack because of its epistolary nature it forces the reader to make connections, psychoanalyze characters and to imagine events that aren t described in great detail and that felt refreshing and new Where The Fan further succeeds is in creating deep and deeply flawed characters with distinct voices, wounded psyches and desperate hopes for the future and that where the true rewards of this novel lie.

    2. Trent Germain on said:

      A novel in epistolary form made this a different kind of reading experience Bob Randall does a magnificent job bringing the characters to life without the kind of narrative we usually see in a story Instead, we get correspondence between a variety of characters, most notably Sally Ross, her ex husband Jake, secretary Belle Goldman, and, last but not least, The Fan himself, Douglas Breen.The beginning of the book provides a list of the characters, as if you re about to read a play There are a num [...]

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