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On the ranch, John Grady joins up with Billy Parham, and the two form an abiding friendship. Though Parham is much more a realist, he finds himself drawn further into Grady's dreams, namely a beautiful teenaged Mexican whore whom John Grady is determined to release from bondage and to marry. Through physical injuries, personal trauma, and many dangerous trips across the Mexican border, the two young men struggle to do what they think will make things right. A full cast of cowboys, landowners, barkeeps, pimps, and desperate whores set the stage for the final curtain call on the American West. (running time 3 hours, 2 cassettes) --Colleen Preston --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
If you have read his other books and enjoyed them then you will like cities, as well. I would give it 5 stars but, my guess is the epilogue would be too much for the average... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jason Cotton
I was sad to have Cities of the Plain end. Only one thing to do. Go back and start the trilogy over.Published 1 month ago by KEN GRIFFEN
The Second Book of the Trilogy all three should be read. The author, like myself likes selfless
characters that do the right thing.
Another Cormac McCarthy Masterpiece.
Cormac could write a book about ice melting and it would be fabulous. Read more
This is the third volume of the "Border Trilogy." The first two volume are All the Pretty Horses (The Border Trilogy, Book 1) and The Crossing (The Border Trilogy, Book 2), both of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John P. Jones III
The first and the third were very enjoyable however, the second seemed disjointed and drawn out.Published 2 months ago by Caryn