From Publishers Weekly
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“Majors's depiction of a Tennessee evening is reminiscent of James Agee's hypnotic Knoxville: Summer of 1915.” (New York Times Book Review)
“The best, most fully accomplished new novel I have read in perhaps three years…a kind of Southern Great Gatsby.
” (Alabama Public Radio)
“Giving us profilgate bankers who borrow badly, The Millionaires is a timely work.
” (Wall Street Journal)
“Entertaining and thought-provoking…It's literature, and serious readers will want to tackle it.
” (Baton Rouge Advocate)
“Inman Majors has wandered into a wild territory previously wholly owned by Robert Penn Warren and established squatters' rights.” (Michael Lewis, author of Moneyball and Liar's Poker)
“A knowing social novel, ruthlessly alive. Inman Majors may know everything.” (Mark Costello, author of Big If)
“Majors's prose often kicks your head back in outright admiration. What a hell of a writer.” (Brad Watson, author of The Heaven of Mercury)
“[A] deftly rendered look at the modern South and contemporary America... Scenes that require it burst at the seams with Majors's poetry.” (Anniston Star)
“An engrossing story about ambition and integrity...Majors deserves ample applause for his storytelling and character-drawing skills.” (Raleigh News and Observer)
“A sprawling, smart, fast-moving insider novel by author Inman Majors, who knows his way around politics, Tennessee Style.” (Memphis Magazine)
“[A] fine example of what happens when the Old South meets the New South.” (Richmond Times Dispatch)
“[A] deeply Southern tale of power and corruption.” (Birmingham Magazine)
“A stirring story. ...The Millionaires reads like today's headlines, complete with a dynamic back story.” (Roanoke Times)
“Like the best of books, The Millionaires grants its subjects their humanity, and leaves you pondering the imponderable.” (OpEd News)
“Majors pairs a cast of likable characters with a strong setting, elements that set this novel apart.” (Library Journal)
“The Millionaires is a novel of the New South, that near-mythical place where a good old boy―to his astonishment―can grow money more readily than tobacco leaves.” (Charlotte Observer)
“The Millionaires, with its wry, sophisticated narrative voice, a voice in full control, is the best, most fully accomplished new novel I have read in perhaps three years.... It is serious business and it is very good.” (Tuscaloosa News)
“[There are] flashes of absolutely brilliant prose.... This is a story of the New South, and of the politics, the financial shenanigans, and the competitive mind games that bring wealth and power to a handful of determined men. [Majors's] description of the beautiful Appalachian mountains is a plus.” (The Midwest Book Review)
“Remarkable and very timely... the story of two small-town brothers who rise to dangerous big-city heights is as big and ambitious as the physical book itself.” (Bookpage)
“It's the kind of book that is both entertaining and thought-provoking and there are no loose ends, no unfinished plot lines. It has a clear message and focus. It's literature, and serious readers will want to tackle it.” (The Advocate (Baton Rouge, Louisiana))