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A bit of a throwback to McMurtry's earlier works the dialog is humorous and the story moves along at a oood pace until the last couple of chapters where the story is just sort of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by DAVIDIVY
A completion of the series but could have been summed up in one chapter. A little sad.Published 2 months ago by Jean
Great subject matter. well written.
one of my favorite writters
Good final scene for Duane and friends. Wraps up most loose ends in an entertaining series. Should encourage re-reading the rest of the books.Published 15 months ago by Philip John Tremblay
A group of very small stories pressed together to create a novel. Below the normal great presentations of this writer.Published 16 months ago by Barton F Broadhead Sr
It was thrilling to follow the lives of the people in Thalia in this 5 part "Trilogy" to see how people evolve in a changing (but not changing) environment. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bob Jeans