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Cormac McCarthy writing style is brilliant.
The punctuation, diction and themes of violence and desolation are very much here, however McCarthy's writing style is quite different.
The story itself isn't complicated, there aren't many characters to memorize, and yet it took me a very long time to read.
What an amazing book. McCarthy is one part literary genius, one part homicidal maniac. He could make stereo instructions rich and expansive. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Taco Johnson
I just didn't enjoy reading this book. I'm glad I didn't pay a lot for it. Who writes with no punctuation marks?Published 1 day ago by Paula
My number one favorite book of all time.
The prose is incredible. Signature McCarthy. It's completely mesmerizing. Read more
It is still, of course, largely the same book. I got through a few chapters before I could no longer listen. Read morePublished 2 days ago by anvilcrusher
Nothing can compare you for the violence in "Blood Meridian". It makes "American Psycho" seem quaint. It makes "Queen of the Damned" seem cartoonish. Read morePublished 6 days ago by C
McCarthy , once again, uses beautiful language to tell the story of violent, amoral, western riders. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sherrie Moss
It's a masterpiece. Could trigger PTSD, I imagine. But easily one of my favorite books.Published 7 days ago by Bob Loblaw