From Publishers Weekly
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I read this because of David Lynch's movie "Wild at Heart." I really enjoyed it. It was warm, and sad, and generally uplifting in its sadness.Published 2 months ago by Spargle
Found the book too heavy on sex and not enough on story. Gross. I would not recommend. See the movie instead.Published 20 months ago by D
"Sailor Ripley," just out of jail, and girlfriend "Lula Pace" travel on highways and offbeat (literally) roads of the south in their 1975 Bonneville convertible. Read morePublished on December 10, 2008 by Craig Connell
Barry Gifford's book is a quick fun read that will appeal to fans of the movie as well as fans of pulp fiction, and I'm not talking about the Tarantino film. Read morePublished on February 23, 2007 by Roman Martel