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Had read The Traveler so was anxious to see if this was as good. Felt the story kept my interest throughout and I thoroughly enjoyed it.Published 5 months ago by Boomer
A little too washy washy for me. The narrative wanders in to the surreal at times and I found myself wondering what was going on.
Not one of his best books.
Several years ago, I read McLarty's The Memory of Running. BEAUTIFUL. I LOVED it. Still on my bookshelf and recently, read it a second time. LOVED it all over again. Read morePublished 15 months ago by DC
McLarty is a national treasure. No one gets inside a character's heart, mind, or soul like him.Published 15 months ago by Book Lady
Ron McLarty hooks the reader from the first sentence. The setting is painted so well and the characters are so rich, I smile when I read the funny parts and I "hurt" in... Read morePublished 17 months ago by m.young
No Spoiler here.
I began reading Ron McLarty because his first story "Memory of Running" was set in Rhode Island, and received a lot of local press. Read more
Like many Ron McLarty fans, I was instantly "hooked" (no pun) by his magnificent first novel, "The Memory of Running" -- and personally, I still consider that to be his finest... Read morePublished 19 months ago by harmonista222
I never new till the very end that he was thinking back over his life make a man no how fast it comes on you I'm 62 I don't have long till I make that walkPublished 21 months ago by Zeke
Came upon "The The Memory of Running" a few years ago and just loved the book. So I was hoping for much more from this book gave me. Sadly disappointing. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Peter M. Olsen