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Very quick read. As always McCarthy has a way with words that pulls you into the novel and makes you think and examine life around you, no matter how disturbing the circumstances... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jeremy Ruddock
haven't read it yet, but the movie was great..........very uplifting moviePublished 12 days ago by ricky
McCarthy at his grimmest, again. A sympathetic novel about a necrophiliac. Not for the faint of heart.Published 14 days ago by J. Foster
Weird book. Not sure I wanted to micro-observe some deranged mountain man. The dialect was interesting. Read morePublished 19 days ago by L. Wiebe
Up front: I'm a big fan of Cormac McCarthy. I've been reading his novels over the years, sort of working backwards. This is his earliest work I've read yet. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Robert Jacoby
Some reviewers are horrified or sickened by the seemingly bottomless pit of depravity which is Lester Ballard 's short life. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Birdie reviews
This is a HORRIBLE STORY! I mean that in the sense of the depravity on so many levels in it!
Lester Ballard is a psychopath who lives in the Tennessee mountains. Read more
McCarthy does an excellent job painting a portrait of the depravity that sometimes occurs in the world. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dustin Blanton