Am sure most people will have seen the film about this book, and to be fair the film does the book justice, which is rarely the case! But No Country for Old Men was the same.
This is written in what I would describe as old fashioned story telling, not a lot of fast paced action, and long narratives about the scenery and characters. It wanders off sometimes but I personally enjoy that...not all will though.
The story is well thought out and simple, but keeps you engaged throughout, however the conversations in Spanish are quite annoying when they are rarely translated! Very authentic to include the Spanish but not everyone speaks it, and although not integral to the story it is annoying, but they only happen a few times so you dont get lost.
Overall a good read and the best of the trilogy, the second one is not as good as it does go way off track to often, even for me!
If you like this author you will enjoy this.