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|Hardcover, August 26, 2003||
Worst series of disconnected verbosity I have ever read. I would give it a zero if possible.Published 12 months ago by William S. May
After struggling to keep all the story lines straight, through the long book, the ending was unsatisfactory!Published 13 months ago by Carolann Toomey
I haven't read the whole book yet, but what I have is good so far.Published 14 months ago by Carolyn Childs
There are several story lines to follow, all taking place in Memphis, loosely related. I thought they would all come together at the end, but they don't. Read morePublished 14 months ago by carol kalb
Great read. Everything I have read by Larry Brown has been really good. His best to me, of the ones I have read so far, is Father and Son.Published 14 months ago by honker
Larry Brown has passed away and sadly, there will be no more great books like this one. It was at once gritty, coarse, touching and most of these awful people were sympathetic,... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Binky McGee
I prefer good literature which does not depend on sexual overkill. Read only first chapter. If I liked dime store novels, I would go to the dime store.Published 15 months ago by BonnieBrown