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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey is a great book and I'll leave it at that.
I personally felt as if I was one of the characters walking alongside Chief and McMurphy as they endured all the day to day struggles of being in a mental ward.
Kesey's first person narration and life-size characters highly intensify both the absurdity and the validity of human existence, making this novel a classic.
Seriously, this novel is written to drive anyone who try to go into character and experience the book himself crazy. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
The struggle between McMurphy and Ratchet is epic. I have to see the movie for Jack Nicholson's portrayal of McMurphy.Published 5 days ago by Francis M. Martinez
Reading from a mental patient's point of view is both interesting and sometimes confusing. I really enjoyed the unique characters.Published 7 days ago by T.Olivo
back cover completely ripped up and water damage to pages was supposed to be very good quality.Published 18 days ago by valerie