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Maybe it gets better later on but after the first section it seemed to continue so I quit.
I have read most of this author's works (30+) which includes poetry, novellas, short story collections, a children's book, food books, a memoir and Novels.
It may be minor, a one-off like "The English Major," but Harrison in the minor key is better than others at their best.
Sunderson is living the dream, he just does not know it yet. He is being paid for not working (the current American dream). Read morePublished 2 hours ago by george murphy
It's a Jim Harrison book so what can you say? He's a heck of a writer and while this may not be his best work it's damn good.Published 2 days ago by R. Michael Oguin
"When his seat mate seemed to frown at his dawn drink he wished he could fart but he was not a fart-on-demand kind of guy."
My idea of great prose. Read more
Harrison's writing skills have not diminished. His prose is elegant and he tells a marvelous tale.Published 6 days ago by silverfox
Sorry to say I gave up on it.
There was too much memories of past and mother and not enough doing something. Read more
Loved the wealth of historical references throughout the book, especially The scope of his knowledge which appeared rapidly and oftenPublished 19 days ago by G-dub
But..for God's sake..every few pages we are bashed around the head by an old man's lust for any and every girl and woman in sight and memory. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Michael Lambert
Being quite familiar with the U.P., I enjoyed reading about familiar places. The characters are fully described and events held my interest. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Laurie