Beck At Bay by John Updike – A Book Review

John Updike is one of those names I had always heard of but had never checked out.  Finally, a few weeks ago, I decided that it was time for me to get acquainted with Mr. Updike.  I must say that the first work I chose to read of his did not disappoint me. 

Bech at Bay is the last in a series of books that feature Henry Beck, and aged writer who still manages to find himself in precarious adventures.  Bech at Bay is a series of short stories that loosely make up a larger story.  At times hilarious, at times insightful, and at times rather disturbing, I found myself quite pleased with Mr. Updike’s work.  I look forward to reading more of it.

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One thought on “Beck At Bay by John Updike – A Book Review

  1. coffee says:

    John Updike’s passing is sad, but he left a ton of awesome work. “Immortality is nontransferrable” he said appropriately.

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