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"A fantasia and myth...a strange and original work of art."
—The New York Times Book Review
"A moving, crying pageant with wilderness strengths."
The writing style is beautiful and the story is compelling.
John Steinbeck's East of Eden, which was a late, great masterpiece in the author's career, is also one of the greatest American novels of all-time.
Just finished reading this book and am still feeling the goosebumps after finishing the last page.
half way through and this book is well written and captivating. Can't wait to finish it! Great read before bed.Published 2 days ago by Melissa Centeno
So good. I should have read it instead of the Cliff notes in high school.Published 2 days ago by Joe Ferris
I brought this book because it is a classic, and I was interested in Steinbeck after reading some of his other works. I would have to say that it is just okay. Read morePublished 2 days ago by milman
I cannot appraise this book too highly, as it is a masterpiece. East of Eden goes unrivaled in its compelling tale, breadth and depth of emotion, and philosophical weight. Read morePublished 3 days ago by James Logan Comer
This book is enlightening. It packs a mighty punch between lightness and heavy-handed life experiences. It's moving in an almost spiritual, liberating way. Highly recommend it!Published 4 days ago by Dennis Hannon
Literally the slowest book I've ever read. It didn't even reveal who was talking in first person until over a third into the book. Not worth my time.Published 6 days ago by Nicole Gwaltney