Books by Greg Williams

BOOMTOWN by Greg Williams
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 19, 2004

"Plotting and structure wobble, but Williams can usually nail his characters with a whack in funny scenes that freshen the familiar (see also, Bonfire of the Vanities; Bright Lights, Big City; The Best of Everything; Valley of the Dolls, etc.)."
Manhattan tumbles into the dot-com collapse in this often amusing, observant tale. Read full book review >
YOUNGER THAN SPRINGTIME by Greg Williams
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 7, 1997

"An intriguing concept, and an acute take on the '90s zeitgeist, but this first novel's punch is weakened by clunky and pedestrian writing."
A cautionary tale for aging boomers that mixes (with a heavy hand) myth, satire, and morality as it details a self-absorbed New York lawyer's brush with immortality. Read full book review >