The Trapnells, whose hijinks are related in White Oaks and Black Willows, aren’t likable characters. Except for Marsh, who is an international arms dealer, and Benjamin, a teenage recovering addict, they’re awful, awful people. Nevertheless, they’re fun. Their greed, hubris, and general silliness make for entertaining reading. Nice people can be boring. The Trapnells are far from boring. You never know what they’ll do next. That’s why I love writing about them.
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