After reading True Grit I decided to read his other books. They were all okay but not as good as True Grit.Published 5 months ago by Crazy Nut Hatch
I love Portis humor. Just back from Mexico so that part is fun too. The little bit of Spanish is helping me on my language quest.Published 8 months ago by David L. Schweitzer
I was merely trying to learn, Mexican pronunciation of Spanish:
When book recommend; Why be surprised?...its only a synonomous,
I love this book. It is my favorite Charles Portis book. The goofy characters just keep coming. I have read it twice and I will read again in a few years.Published 9 months ago by rbartlett13
This book is more adventure with some dry humor woven in to tell the story similar to True Grit yet set in the twentieth century. Portis is an excellent writer, a U.S. Read morePublished 11 months ago by S. Reyna
Those "gringos" in this poignant, funny, satirical characterization of ourselves in Mexico are prizeless. One of the best novels today.Published 13 months ago by Hanni U. Taylor
An excellent novel, in the vein of Dog of the South.
Charles Portis is truly a great story teller and masterful writer.
The book was a great find....It was in great shape and for the price and the quikness of delivery no one could beat it....
Thanks so much,,,Linda
The writing is excellent but the characters tend to be a lazy bunch of incompetents - it's like they ran away from the real world. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Joseph H. Race