This is the third book by the French author and the second I've read. I was a bit reluctant to read it since I hadn't liked The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair so much, despite its international success, because of the way the plot unfolded. However , I really enjoyed his writing style.
In The Baltimore Boys his writing is even more appealing and although the plot is intriguing ,I think I would have read the books even if it had been about the most boring characters and ideas ever, that's how wonderfully he writes.
I am eager to read his next novel! If you like reading books about coming of age and family relationships , The Baltimore Boys is for you too.