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"Lovely and brilliant...a highly whimsical kind of picaresque tale that puts one in mind of both Faulkner and Canneau." --Joyce Carol Oates, The Nation
"Breaks your heart in the midst of laughter." --Philadelphia Inquirer
A novel that will keep you thinking for some time. Extraordinary scenes and an extraordinary development of character. Compelling.Published 26 days ago by Dorothy Potter
Interesting. You want to know what happens next but txt drawn out in places.Published 1 month ago by Gladys Sprouffske
I stopped reading it, which is something I never do no matter how bad a book may seem. It just did not make sense.Published 1 month ago by Dianne Seleny
Not as good as I expected. Lots of wandering in the plot, the repetitive "fugues" that the main character goes through get a bit tedious, I expected more from this book... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Texas Mystery Lover
The author writes like he is dazed and confused, the title of the book is not relevant.
I'm not a southerner, which may be the reason.
What a wonderful book and story! Being a Southerner, I should have read Walker Percy many years ago. Read morePublished 2 months ago by W.
As expected, Walter Percy brilliantly addresses so much of humanity's hunger for the transcendent by placing bombshells between the lines; his imagery is more timely than ever. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph P Kennedy
walker percy is so underrated it is tragic. buy this book and enjoy the ride that only the great authors can providePublished 8 months ago by Rick C