It's a very well written, well thought-out collection of stories.
Not a weak story in the bunch and I find myself putting down the book after each story and almost forgetting that I'm just reading a book.
I have recommended this one to my friends; it is the kind of book that people who like people will like.
Great book, love Pollock as a writer, it is so gritty and really keeps your attention. Not to read for the faint of heart.Published 18 hours ago by Brenda Leavitt
Multiple lives across different 20th century decades are chronicled with a neon and fluorescent tinge in this darkly swollen story of a pass-right-by-able southeast Ohio town.Published 3 days ago by G. Memi
Absolutely loved it ..I've read both Donald's book's now and I'm in awe of his talent !!! I hope there is more to come very soon 😁 ps. Read morePublished 21 days ago by willow tree
If you have ever read an author and felt like "Wow, where have you been, just the kind of work I have been looking for. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles Burgett
This is the type of book that you can't put down. It is a series of short stories involving the people that live in Knockemstiff. They are rural and poor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Radio Nut
As a voracious reader of all manner of written material and a native of Ross County, I was anxious to read this book. I should of waited.Published 1 month ago by Roby McCarty
I'm in an MFA program, and I turned to Pollock in hopes of helping to steer some of my fellow writers into a more implicit direction with their writing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by robertismanly
This is a poorly written book. Each short story is vulgar and disgusting and there is at lease one curse word every other sentence. I would never recommend this book to anyone.Published 2 months ago by dmseifer
Really like the writing. Good redneck tales. In the same zip code with Daniel Woodrell and Joe R. Landing. Mostly page turners. Couple of forgettables. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Colo Reader