by Upton Sinclair
1943 Pulitzer Prize
Upton Sinclair has a lot of important stuff to say. Unfortunately, he never seems to say it in a way that doesn't make my head spin. I bailed out after 100 pages and am frustrated that I did so. I just had too much trouble keeping track of people and following the story. Too bad, because I know I would have learned some history and I suspect it's really a great book.