Waterstone's Book Quarterly
of humankind...[it's] impossible to recommend it too highly.'
incantation hat something like real grief pours out'
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|Length: 301 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Movie didn't do it justice, perhaps it never could. An astonishingly beautiful piece of work.Published 7 days ago by amazon customer
Human savagery and despair, laced with tenderness and hope in the worst environment imaginable.
Credit to McCarthy for drawing the reader into such a cruel portrayal of human... Read more
Cover - mine was different and equally poor. 1/5
Seemed to have most of the characteristics of other journey fiction with added depressive features. Read more
You have to take a book seriously which so divides many readers.
I found the story incredibly compelling, moving, terrifying, and desperately sad, and read it in one... Read more
A book about humanity - the good and the bad. Thought-provoking and very 'real'. Not seen the film adaptation but throughly impressed by the book. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Stebbsie
Well written but too bleak and horrible and depressing. It polluted my mind.Published 27 days ago by JDW 42
The Book came in brand new condition
All copies have the same pages so the only difference is the front cover
Has enough space in the margins for notes
Was delivered... Read more