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For some reason it was difficult reading for me. I actually read it twice to find where I was losing the story line.Published 4 months ago by Bruce A. Hiles
According to William Faulkner, Sanctuary was "deliberately conceived to make money." It is, he said, "the most horrific tale I could imagine. Read morePublished 4 months ago by gammyraye
A Faulkner novel remains a Faulkner novel. This is not to my mind his greatest achievement, though a new genre does seem to be inaugurated with this work: Southern Gothic meets... Read morePublished 11 months ago by LAURA
Well, it was okay, but I won't read it again. Not one of Faulkner's best in my opinion. The characters didn't grab me. His descriptions were just... well... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mobile Bay Girl
Faulkner's "potboiler" novel is a terrific read and a horrific one. While it seems to be frequently criticized for things like mixing styles or flaws in delivering the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Chris
Incredibly boring and pretentious. As Hemingway said, this is phony book. Did you see Ridley Scott's The Counselor? Same thing here. The story is slow, so slow... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Eduardo
There are some spoilers in this review. You have been warned.
I should begin by saying: I am a huge Faulkner fan. However, I have mixed feelings about this book. Read more
I had to read this book for a college class, really hate it! it is very hard to understand. I red until about page 48 and still I didn't know what this book was about!!Published 24 months ago by Cecilia Herrera