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Remarkable novel by a true genius.
Cormac writes beautiful prose that actually makes sense, and his novels are peopled with characters who are as real as anyone you'll meet in your travels today.
I kept waiting, and waiting, and although he tossed in a little bit towards the end, in terms of plot it's like a 250-page short story.
After seeing the movie "No Country For Old Men" and then reading the book, (both of which were outstanding), I decided to to try a couple of his other works. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jerry White
I give the book One Star but I give myself Five Stars for Perseverance. A total waste of my time! I read McCarthy's "The Road" based on the recommendation of a friend. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joyce Johnson
Oh my science!! What an amazing novel that is so appropriate for today and our paternal government impinging our liberty.Published 2 months ago by Tim Wiley
I got this for a book club read and found it incredible boring. It was slow and difficult to follow. Not an easy book to finish.Published 3 months ago by Judie Hathaway
Amazingly descriptive writer. Weaves such an intricate portrait of life in the backwoods. Cant wait to read another of his books.Published 4 months ago by Rohmeo
Though I agree this book is a bit long in the descriptions and a bit of a slow read, it's good writing. As always the author puts you there. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michael Bond
This is McCarthy's first published novel (1965) and I thought it was quite good. The man (McCarthy) is heavy on description and writes like a poet. Read morePublished 6 months ago by BrokenArrow