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Far Bright Star is the story of a small U.S. Army cavalry detachment in Mexico during the 1916-1917 Pancho Villa Expedition (which was prompted by the raid of the Mexican... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marcus
I love Mr. Olmsteads style, I even had 2 men read it and they agree, good story line, given in such a way the reader feels like they are there------although, I'm glad I wasn't :)Published 4 months ago by Norma M.
This may be a short book but it's one full of emotion and one that makes you question life and the things that happen. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Josue
One of my favorite authors and another great and compelling book by him. His way with our language has few equalsPublished 17 months ago by RF
He is an amazing writer. He stuns you and jolts you but he has a way with words he grabs your attention and your riveted.
He truly is a word smith.His work is incredible.
FAR BRIGHT STAR It is too graphic in depicting the brutal killings...unbelievably gruesome. But his writing is like poetry, and you cannot put his books down.Published 22 months ago by hg
A very well written novel, transporting us to the hellish mexican desert and the hunt by american patrols of Pancho Villa' rebels, and the manly relation between two very tough and... Read morePublished on September 8, 2012 by Bordeaux Dogue
Far Bright Star is a captivating read, one that kept me saying, "Okay, just one more chapter then I'll go to sleep." It's that kind of book. Read morePublished on April 5, 2012 by Kevin Welch
I'm sorry, but McCarthy he is not. And obviously, in looking at the title page, this novel was written well after 'Blood Meridian' and has taken its cues heavily from that novel. Read morePublished on February 29, 2012 by Brian Peksa