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Warren's brilliant, one-of-a-kind narrative style brings the characters and story vividly to life.
The story is a very good one and has inspired me to learn more about Huey Long, even though the author takes pains to emphasize that this is not a bio of Long.
All the King's Men is Robert Penn Warren's masterpiece and one of the twentieth century's greatest novels.
fantastic to read on Kindle. I tried for years to read this but till I tried on Kindle could not do it. With Kindle I finished n about a week.Published 11 days ago by J. S. Share
The movie didn't tell a clear story and was based heavily on the Kingfish in New Orleans but I read the book. Totally different.Published 20 days ago by On the level of the Godfather....
A must read if you are from the south... Or if you are not from the south I suppose. What a writer., wow.Published 20 days ago by J. Evans
The characters and plot of All the King's Men are so complex and so sublime that this is close to a perfect novel. Read morePublished 23 days ago by yadi
This is one of the great American novels, but Noel Polk's edition serves only to demonstrate that most times, editors know what they're doing. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Mark Woodward
A true classic. The issue of compromising morals and ethics for money and power. The book also considers that those that compromise ethics for power do loose in the long run. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Robert W. Marquis
All the King's Men is not only one of the greatest novels written by an American, but a quintessentially American one at that with its setting of small towns, hardscrabble people,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Buzalka
This is book is sensational and was in excellent condition. I enjoyed reading it and will order again from Amazon.comPublished 1 month ago by R. Elliott
RPW does a good job in describing how a well-intentioned citizen, seeking to right wrongs in society, becomes corrupted by power. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maurice