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The action kinda meandered too much and was punctuated with bits of dialogue that came across as attempts for the author to voice his own opinions on current events via the mouths o’ his characters. Combined they have spent a lifetime behind bars and have no idea, or intention, of leading a straight life under rules set by a system they have never be Dog Eat Dog is the tale of three unremorseful criminals with two felony convictions apiece and no more chances.

The two remaining characters toward the end would NOT have been in trouble if they did not have weapons between the two of them, plus the fact they were carrying over a hundred thousand dollars in the trunk. Refresh and try again. Or, what you did know No trivia or quizzes yet.

Another powerful and persuasive semi-autobiographical novel of Bunker. But even a perfectly planned and flawlessly executed bunkee is not enough to prevent a denouement which has a grim inevitability about it.

Mar 19, Wolfgang rated it really liked it.

He was convicted of bank robbery, drug dealing, extortion, armed robbery, and forgery. A terrifying and brutal narrative, the novel tracks his lawless spree in the company of two other reform school alumni, Diesel Carson and Mad Mqngia Cain.

Real freedom has choices attached; without money there is none’. Bunker stayed out of jail thereafter, and instead focused on his career as a writer and actor. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I don’t know one felon who risks carrying a weapon if they are NOT breaking the law.

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This novel gives you a peak into the mind of men who have lived a life of crime since childhood, and it gives you the idea that prison bunkrr a bachelors degree in crime. Blue in “Reservoir Dogs”. I reviewed his memoir, Education of a Felon, awhile back. Aug 12, AC rated it really liked it Shelves: Romanzo meritevole, con un titolo molto adatto che trovo splendido: Dog Eat Dog by Edward Bunker.

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Una volta preso atto dello stile di Bunker, il libro diventa interessante, forte di una trama sui generis. The one instance of the ‘code of criminals’ turns out not so honourable yet, more so in some nihilistic way. Yes, it’s a story that’s been told many times, but in this case it all rings unique especially for the time and place that it’s set 90s. Mar 07, Verge LeNoir rated it it was amazing.

Its a sad story that has been told again and again but when told by Edward Bunker its a sad story that rings true. Mar 18, Pam rated it really liked it. eward

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Un libro muy duro en el que terminas apreciando a “los malos”. Lists edwars This Book. All three are career criminals and want to score big.

Dec 14, Daryl rated it it was amazing Shelves: Seemed to lack the streamlined precision canee his other works, so maybe it could’ve been better served by a strong editorial hand He really pushes it here — hard to take in places, and often grim.

Edward Bunker – Cane Mangia Cane

To ask other readers questions about Dog Eat Dogplease sign up. There are no discussion topics on this book manggia. Sep 08, Erwin Maack rated it it was amazing. Personally, I feel it could use some positive aspects of personality for the heroes or an uplifting backdrop such as in Shantaram, the reason my friend recommended this book to me.

Dog Eat Dog by Edward Bunker

Share your thoughts with other customers. Read the book and find out. They sopend a good amount of time driving around California and LA and gasping at how much the place has changed since they were last free to roam among the normal working stiffs. Like the other Ed Bunker novels I’ve read it was hard to put this book down and stop reading it. A cozy mystery this is not and Bunker, who spent must of his adult life in prison or committing the crimes that put him there knows the streets and the criminals he writes about as canf as any other crime author alive or dead.

Bunker was a bright but troublesome child, who spent much of his childhood in different foster homes and institutions.