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am 24. August 1999
I'm an avid Robert B. Parker fan---Spenser lives in my mind, and I enjoying adventuring with him. "Early Autumn" strikes me as one of Parker's most touching stories, focusing on the the intereactions of Spenser and a troubled teen, Paul Giacomin. Besides Spenser's unfailing wit, he throws out some great comments and admonitions about growing up. What makes Spenser's remarks even more satisfying is that in the discourse between Paul and Spenser, things are not neat and tidy. Life is not always fair, nor do we always control the awful events that sometimes hit us like a solid left hook. But Spenser also assures Paul that individuals can control many things in their own lives, and that's where our focus needs to be.
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am 15. September 1999
Like so many others, I feel that this is about the best Spenser book of all. It is sensitive without being mawkish, the story moves well, and you get a wonderful sense of Spenser's values. This is a book to buy, read, and re-read every few years.
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am 16. September 1999
I think this is Parker's best Spenser book since the characters seemsed to be more alive and more commpassoniate in this book. A definate must read!
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am 11. Juli 1998
This is one of my two favorite Spenser books (The other is A Savage Place.) Early Autumn was the first Parker book I ever read and also the first suspense/mystery. My parents and brothers all read Spenser but I shunned them, preferring scifi. I was desparate for a read one summer night and my mother pressed this on me, saying "You'll like this if you just give it a chance" I was 15 and I read it that night, reporting back to her bedroom and saying, "Next Book! More! More!"
This book is about Spenser's surrogate fathering of a lost 15 year old boy named Paul who is a pawn in his own life. It is sort of a coming of age novel, but really not because it is told from Spenser's perspective like all the Spenser books.
This is one of my favorite books of all time. I highly recommend it to any Spenser fan or to any one who remembers 15 and that lost in your own life feeling.
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I've only recently discovered Robert Parker and I've been working my way thru his books, 15 of them so far. Early Autumn is the best yet. Very good reading.
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am 26. April 1999
Spenser is often criticized for his lack of emotion with people besides Susan but, in Early Autumn he branches out to help a troubled teen, Paul. Paul has been used by both of his parents to get back at the other one. Spenser teaches Paul how to become automated in Maine. This is definitely my personal favorite Spenser novel. Parker delivers the usual Spenser wit and charm while giving Spenser a new dimension.
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am 28. Juli 2007
In this novel, Spenser rescues a kid which is without hope for a better future, although both parents fight for it but eventually do not care. It is just great entertainment how Spenser becomes a "part-time" dad and jumps into the role of the kid's parents and even works out a deal with his "real" parents for the kids future.
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am 22. Juli 1998
I have read every Spenser book that Parker has written and this is a favorite. I was without a book recently and went to my home library and picked up Early Autumn for a "second time" read. It was as much a page turner this time as it was the first. A very satisfying book!
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am 22. Oktober 1998
This was my very first spencer book I read. I was a teenager at the time and felt somewhat connected to the kid. I have re-read this book at least 2-3 times and never get tired of it. I have read virtually every other book the Parker has written. I strongly recommend it.
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am 17. Februar 1999
I read this book for a class, yes a class, and in reading this book I had to look beyond the fact that my teacher has an infatuation with small boys in tights. I looked beyond that and tried to get into the story, but it seemed that the plot came out of an old Lassie Show. The authour has next to no writing skill, and he seems to keep pumping out books for the money. If you want to contribute to this quest, buy the book, if you are sane you won't.
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