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.
This Book is not what you would expect, it was a fascinating book that will leave you wanting more! Also a really good book to read your kids before they go to bed.Published 23 days ago by D. Giltner
Entertaining both as a collection of stories and as a piece of literature.Published 2 months ago by Dmul
Kind of a depressing caricature, but from a talented story teller.Published 3 months ago by Hard Core Sailor
Critics say Polluck plays into stereotypes, but as someone from Appalachia, I would assert he writes what he knows. I would assert he disregards stereotypes completely. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anonymous
This was riveting. We know the saying about all men living lives of quiet desperation. The characters in these stories live desperation loudly. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Teresa Burns-Hansen
Donald Ray Pollock’s “Knockemstiff” is a loosely connected collection of eighteen short stories that is guaranteed to leave you affected. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Fishman