In each of the stories that comprise this richly brooding novel, Socrates, like his namesake, questions the morality of the world beset with crime, poverty, and racism that surrounds him. His unforgettable presence and his perceptions cast a glow of somber lyricism upon an often harsh world. This is the debut of Walter Mosley's most compelling new character since the introduction of detective Easy Rawlins.
©1997 Walter Mosley; (P)2005 Phoenix Audio
Publishers Weekly Listen Up Award: Best Audio of 1997, Short Story
"On rare occasions, the skill and talent of author and narrator are both fully realized in one production; Mosley's latest is a shining example. (AudioFile)
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"loved this book!"
I loved the pace of this book, along with the characters. Having grown up in LA I enjoyed getting to know these characters, almost feeling like they are people I could run into. I also loved the broader implications of social issues that he tackles with thought and eloquence, while still telling a damn good story.
I'm hooked great story, jam packed with suspense. Finished the book in one Day, I could put it down.
"Heart Of Steel - Socrates"
I totally love this book, The story is on of a kind and it teaches you some deep lessons about life.
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