The Hazards Of Good Fortune is a wild and funny page-turner of a novel that grabs you and doesn’t let go. I still have bruises.
Recalls the recent fictive universes of Elmore Leonard, Quentin Tarantino and the Coen brothers . . . The Angry Buddhist is a wild entertainment as well as a novel about the way we live now that dares to dance with the profound.
Mr. Greenland writes beautifully. His book is a stitch.
Greenland’s fourth novel I Regret Everything proves affecting and funny.
Shining City is simply pedal-to-the-metal fun — sassy and knowing and irreverent. If you have room for one entertainment this summer, let Shining City be it.
A pitch-perfect setup of Hollywood’s endemic self importance . . . brilliantly acid narrative . . . the book’s pace is fast, furious and fun . . . the pace of this raucous thrill ride never slackens.