Good book, the story was much different than the classic movie. I liked the movie better, which is the opposite for my normal book vs. movie take.Published 4 months ago by MGunz
Got caught in a massive layover in Denver airport and found this book in the seat back of the plane. I'd seen the movie long ago, but had never read the book. It's a real gem. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael Eyan
A great follow-up to one of my favorite movies, the Bogart classic. Nice take on details not in the movie and a very good read.Published 10 months ago by J. P. Marshall
The classic movie follows the plot of this impressive novel by mysterious author B. Traven closely. Two Americans seeking work and money in Mexico in the 30s hook up with an old... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Roy Armstrong II
I have seen the movie dozens of times and it is one of the few that actually is true to the authors intentions. This was a fun read .
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This book was recommended to me very strongly. I have to say I was disappointed.
The first thing is that Traven can not, repeat NOT, write American dialogue. Read more
Loved the book and no trouble locating one I could afford for my collection of books for movies I love to watch.Published on February 18, 2013 by STEVEN NATHANSON
This was a terrific story. B. Traven keeps the reader interested throughout. I am also impressed with how closely the movie followed the book. A great western, a great read. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by John C. Horst