Acid Row

Acid Row

Large Print - 2002
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Acid Row is a crime-infested housing project that exists by its own laws. When news comes that a child has been kidnapped, the frustration and anger that has been seething on the streets of Acid Row is ignited. And no one will be safe.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2002.
Edition: Large print edition.
ISBN: 9780786246359
0786246359
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 509 pages (large print) : illustrations, map ; 24 cm

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4catsdogs
Aug 03, 2015

A tedious, boring book. Far too long. Ridiculous situations like a door being set on fire with petrol and burning so slowly that the people upstairs have about an hour's worth of dialogue and activity.
Not to mention high drama with violence going on and people suddenly lapsing into philosophical conversations.
Extreme violence which is not necessary for the storyline.

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quailz
Apr 23, 2013

This author uses extremely vulgar language through out her books.

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loudem
Aug 04, 2011

This book is way too long for what it has to say. Too much superfluous details. All this for a pedophile. And these guys on the barricades are very tame for what they want to due, set the street aflame (which never happens). And the kidnap is, again, all about nothing. If not, again, about a "pedophile". There are a lot of words here, a lot of detours, and meandering situations. Still a good read. But she could have tighten the action, eliminate the slow moving dialogue and keep it under 250 pages.

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