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I've read this a few times and it always has me in stitches. McCarthy is a true genius and his works never tire.Published 22 days ago by Taylorian
Despite a somewhat slow start, 'Suttree' soon presents itself as one of McCarthy's more readable and accessible works from his pre-'Pretty Horses' period. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Nathan W
...that I can understand the word 'murengers'! (Those responsible for collecting the tax for the upkeep of the city walls, if you want to know. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mick
Every time he gets money he gets drunk and falls down.
Or goes into the woods with no supplies.
Completely over my head
Excruciatingly painful and dense book. Hard to follow. Best read on an exercise machine.Published 1 month ago by mildbilbo
This is a compelling story about a well-off and well-educated man who abandons his life in search of something. It seems as though he is trying to find himself. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nicolas B. Harvey
In 1979, after an apprenticeship (to himself) in which he wrote three novels, Cormac McCarthy came out with SUTTREE, the first of his great American novels which, when considered... Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. M. Peterson