"An American classic to stand with the finest literary achievements of the century." —San Francisco Chronicle
"A miracle in prose, an American original." —New York Times Book Review
A little more writing/notes in the book than I expected, but in good conditionPublished 3 days ago by Paula Jonsson
Cormac McCarthy's style doesn't appeal to everyone, but clearly to many.
This book will start slowly, depress you, build you up again the RIP YOUR F*&CKING HEART... Read more
I read the book because my daughter's literature class was reading the book and I thought it would be worthwhile to follow along. Read morePublished 15 days ago by S. Bassin
Read them separately...too much McCarthy at one time if you don'tPublished 21 days ago by Arnold Y Foss M.D.
Let's talk labels. Cormac McCarthy is considered a capital "W" Writer so his books are American Literature. No one should argue with that. Read morePublished 27 days ago by C
This was an incredible book. The sheer enormity of everything that happened, simplified so small and yet at the same time larger than anything I can imagine. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Thomas
Why are you making me write this before I continue reading. It is very annoying and a bit of a bother.Published 1 month ago by Do I have to write this
The second book of his i've read. His use of language, his choice of words, even the way his sentences are structured I find very beautiful and refreshing.Published 1 month ago by mark whitmore