Loved It (9)
One of the best I've read, veering wildly between the absurdly funny and the bleak.
I had to read this for school years ago. It has much more significance to me today than when I first read it.
A brutal and challenging book, but one that is well crafted. McCarthy's writing cannot be compared to anyone.
An eerie and atmospheric look at America during the Dust Bowl, with well-developed characters and an exciting plot. The definition of a timeless work.
This book ranks among my favorites. It's a story of the human experience that everyone can identify with.
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A literary masterpiece, replete with beautiful poetry and music. A detour of awe and interest that is touching, funny, and poetic all at once. Must-read.
A scathing dissection of the American Dream. One of the best novels ever written in the United States; definitely the best American book of the twentieth century
A sadder book has never been forced upon me. It made me weep, and I don't even like dogs.
Reading this has drained me completely. This is one of the few novels I've ever read that made me cry. Amazing.
I can't get this story out of my head. It was unsettling, but it made you think. Although I like all of his works, this one is exceptional.