Certainly, this is one of Miller's finest efforts.
In many ways, this is Henry Miller's most upbeat book - a patchwork portrayal of episodes and characters in his newly-found home on the wild Big Sur coast.
I don't know why, exactly, but when I began reading the book, a deep sense of peace came over me for the first time in several months.
By the time Henry Miller moved to California in 1942, his most notorious years as a writer were already behind him. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sea Tac
Very well written work of Mr Miller. I began reading the Epilogue first.Published 6 months ago by jananders
If you love Henry Miller, you have to read this book. Even if you've never heard of Henry Miller, pick up this book and enjoy it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dan Glover
I enjoyed this book. It seems to be the ramblings of man that enjoys his life and where he lives.Published 9 months ago by Ed
so good , miller is natural and unaffected.
the honesty and routine of life in glowing words.
He is able to put meaning into routine life.
And I can't wait to read more! He has interesting observations and I find myself highlighting a lot of poignant lines throughout the work.Published 11 months ago by z
Of those books I have read in my life. If you are a writer, I fail to fathom how you would not feel the same. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer