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A story that will keep you reading on and on and then wishing that this story never ends.
I believe that many people fear reading Steinbeck, mainly because of the length and complexity of his two best known works, The Grapes of Wrath and East of Eden.
Like almost of all of Steinbeck's novels, it is beautifully written and full of vividly drawn people.
Interesting author, good descriptive narrative of "land and nature"Published 4 days ago by Patricia K. Tatterson
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Joseph's great connection to the land and Steinbeck's exploration of mysticism made for a fascinating read. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Fiona Cobun
A somewhat clairvoyant Steinbeck novel delving into religious beliefs, paganism and the Bible...one can easily see why it took him nearly five years to complete. Read morePublished 22 days ago by William J. Higgins,III
vintage Steinbeck, a different take on the Cain and Abel story. Such pain held in a man's heart in his search for God.Published 1 month ago by mills
This is not only my favorite Steinbeck book but my favorite work of fiction of all time. You may not agree with the height of my praise for it; however I believe almost everyone... Read morePublished 4 months ago by CRH
This is one of Steinbeck's best. Read this before attempting to read East of Eden. It is a great introduction to Steinbeck's other books that are set in the Salinas Valley of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sylvia Schuck
Paints a wonderful story with a wonderful landscape. I would definitely recommend this book. If you enjoy Steinbeck take the time to explore some of his other novels as well.Published 6 months ago by justlikeyouimagined
Had to put on the shelf for a while. I had a hard time with the beginning, but sometimes going back later changes the perspective.Published 8 months ago by Janice Pucheu