Lorenzo Carcaterra Message Board

sadi posts on 12/20/2005 7:32:27 PM greatest book of all time...with the greats i dunno y it still hasnt one any major probably has ijust havent i just wanna say it depicted an awesome story and EVRYONE should read it...:D
Chris posts on 12/12/2005 3:06:44 PM What I want to know is why Lorenzo Carcaterra stated that he had no friends he could really talk to in his first memoir. If Sleepers is a true story, that is. And why he never missed more then 19 days of school before high school. I thought the book was a good subject, poorly executed. I started reading it last winter and I still haven't gotten to the 150 page mark which means I haven't even gotten to the point of the story yet. Yes, it takes 150 pages of rehashing the details of their everyday lives over and over again before he even gets to the hot dog incident. And what's with Tommy? He was so unbelievably evil, like with that library incident. How could his friends not see that, if they existed. He was a serial killer waiting to happen.
mary jo posts on 12/4/2005 4:49:35 PM is there a book by lorenzo carcarterra by the name of "shadows"? if so where can i find it?

Heather posts on 12/4/2005 2:26:16 PM It the book "Sleepers" by Lorenzo Carcaterra a true story? -Heather
Peter M posts on 5/2/2005 1:35:24 AM Brillant Read, my eyes were glued upon every page as i read a truely compeling true story.
Hayley posts on 4/27/2005 9:09:29 AM I read the book Sleepers after watching the film the book is brilliant and for anyone who hasn't seen the film I storngly urge you to watch it it's so compelling and incrediblt moving both the book and the film brought me to tears (also the film as an extra bonus has Brad Pitt in it lol!)
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