As a novelist of unique wit and vision, Charles Portis has invited comparisons to Thomas Pynchon and Don DeLillo, and his writing has garnered accolades from the likes of Roy Blount, Jr., Nora Ephron, and Sam Shepard. This classic novel, the first in a series of Portis re-issues, is a perfect invitation into this master's brilliantly singular view of America.
©1979 Charles Portis; (P)2001 Blackstone Audiobooks
"Hilarious and heart breakingly odd....You find yourself laughing so hard in sections that tears run down your face." (The Baltimore Sun)
"Herein one find the author's storied gift for humorous embellishment, characterization, and regional dialogue, all of which are served up in crisply brisk tones by Edward Lewis." (AudioFile)
This was a waste of my time. I can't believe this book ever got published. It was nothing but rambling dribble.
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