All I have to say is - wow. Bend your mind to Dos Passos after you've spent too much time reading Hemingway and Bukowski. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cliff Vegas
Frantic and tedious, didactic and oversimplified, and always faintly artificial, like the characters are not real people, but instead a creaky bunch of marionettes held by a very... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lily Bart
This friend had no access to the Internet, I do believe he was suitably impressed by the purchase, I actually haven't followed him upPublished 7 months ago by Greg Louttit
My copy arrived on time and carefully packed. The surprise was that it is a special edition with a rigid case that the book is stored in and while it was sold as used, it was... Read morePublished 8 months ago by a reader
1 of greatest novels of 20th century, highly recommended, I of most overlooked authors unique writing style.W ay to go John.Published 11 months ago by hank gagnon
This is such an important trilogy. The writing is seamless and draws you in....before you realize it, you are part of the tableaux itself. The one thing missing? Read morePublished 15 months ago by Richard Hubbell
Just started it. Going to be a long read. So far, beautiful, earthy and atmospheric. You can almost smell the horse poo on the road!Published 16 months ago by Roger Blackmore
This trilogy is a definite must read for absolutely everybody. Seriously, if i could offer you one piece of advice it would be to start reading it for your kids around the time... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Gerhard Stoltz Jr.