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Anyone who has seen the movie, "All the Pretty Horses" with Matt Damon, and appreciated it, owes it to himself to read this book.Published 4 days ago by LANCE JONES
I love his writing! The story took me to Mexico after WW2, as the life in the southwest was dramatically changing. If you like arcane vocabulary, you will get plenty here! Read morePublished 16 days ago by Patty Jenkins
I would encourage anyone that picks up this book to keep plowing through. The beginning is dry and your not sure what the writer is doing. Read morePublished 18 days ago by R. B. Snoddy
Cormac McCarthy is a unique author. His writing style is different, and can be hard to track for some. But his storytelling is top notch. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Bobby
wonderful, descriptive, clear picture of west texas. the 17 year old main character had quite an adventure. not a fairy tale, graphic, but so well written.Published 27 days ago by Lisa K Escalante
Cormac McCarthy never disappoints. This book has broad appeal and draws the reader in.Published 1 month ago by LuLu
The book was interesting in most parts. In some places he writes like Larry McMurtry, in others much like Louis LaMore - and in some areas very b-o-r-i-n-g! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gary Vermaas
from my goodreads review: While this is the first of three in the "Border Trilogy," I will make a full stop here. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Conklin