Bandits Un p re emm ne seul ses deux enfants en vacances La maison familiale les enfants la connaissent par coeur ils y passent tous leurs t s Il n y a pas grand chose faire l bas c est la campagne Une ann

  • Title: Bandits
  • Author: Leonard Elmore
  • ISBN: 0892962720
  • Page: 271
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  • Un p re emm ne seul ses deux enfants en vacances La maison familiale, les enfants la connaissent par coeur, ils y passent tous leurs t s Il n y a pas grand chose faire l bas, c est la campagne Une ann e, le p re a une id e ils vont traverser la France en train pour aller au bord de la mer, comme quand il tait petit C est le d but d une grande aventure Le gar on et la fille comprennent que ce sera un voyage important pour eux aussi, mais ils ne savent pas pourquoi Ils le sauront plus tard Le p re, lui, le sait s rement d j il n a pas choisi ce moment par hasard, il sait que chaque moment compte.

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    • EL (1925-2013) felt strongly about how badly illegal Hispanic farm workers were treated in the US. “Bandits”, published in 1987, well within Ronald Reagan ’s second presidential term, is perhaps his most political crime novel, with him taking sides in the conflict in Nicaragua between the Sandinistas, who ousted the Somoza regime in 1979 and the US-backed Contras, who waged a cruel, bloody guerilla war to seize power again.War is costly, even the Contra kind, what with fighters at $ 23 a [...]

    • "Bandits" is a golden oldie--going back to the period of Reagan and the Sandinista/Contra war in Nicaragua. Wonderful characters, with backgrounds that range from Angola Prison to a Nicaraguan leper hospital. The leads are author Leonard's stand-ins for St. Francis of Assisi and St. Clare and the action takes place in New Orleans. Leonard is at the top of his game with the novel's dialogue that drives the story; there are few writers around in any genre who can deliver this kind of witty, spa [...]

    • I've become addicted to Elmore Leonard ever since I read "Fire in the Hole". "Bandits" is smooth reading -- having been to New Orleans, my mind's eye could see the Quarter, the gritty neighborhoods, the seedy hotels, etc. His writing may not please everybody but I can't get enough. I'm sorry he's gone.

    • Spin out the superlatives. Fantastic, excellent and first class. Toss in a few adjectives. Gritty, raw and real. Or just wrap it all up in one word. Wow!Does anybody do dialogue better? Create twisting plots or characters that leap off the page? No. Then again, no one else is Elmore Leonard. It's been years since I read the guy. The fact that 'Bandits' was written in the late eighties was a surprise. Other than references to Nixon, Reagan and the Contra war, this could have been done last week.T [...]

    • What we've got here is another typical Leonard book, for the other two I've read(Rum Punch and Freaky Deaky)it's almost the same as characters and situations go. You have the ex con, the ex bank robber, the one caught in between, the hot girl and of course the money. I found these characters flat and weak and for the reasons above I can't seem to root for the criminal minded. The story is not weak and has potential but it lags and just runs to slow with no exciting climax and a dull ending, in m [...]

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