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    One of my favorite books

    This is one of my favorite books of all time. I loved the way the author depicts the father-son relationship. All the psychology behind every choice the father has to make, every difficult choice he has to make to keep his son safe, that was one of my favorite part. Overall it's a great post apocalyptic book. I recommend it to everyone.
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    A great introduction to McCarthy

    This was my introduction to McCarthy and was a fantastic place to start. Compelling story and characters that are also emotionally affecting
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    Great Book

    The words are like poetry with a story that leaves you wondering.
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    An Amazing Book!

    <i>Five Stars <b> For Brilliant Story Telling:</b></i> It really doesn’t get any better than this. The story is a journey, and epic journey, a hero’s journey. The prose is sparse and real in its immediacy. We not only read it but feel it, smell it, taste it. That is a rare treat for any reader. <i>Five Stars <b> For Best Father and Son:</b></i> The father and his son in this book have such a strong bond, it is both heart wrenching and inspiring to share it. On their long journey, they teach each other, mostly by example, how to live in a world that is unlivable. How to survive, how to protect, how to love. <i>Five Stars <b> For Most Creative Environment:</b></i> The world of this book is not beautiful. It is filled with ash, the sun is barely visible through the thick pollution of the atmosphere, most trees destroyed or falling down; roads have melted and then cooled again, streams and rivers and even the ocean an off-shade of gray. It is a dead world that has not yet begun to come back to life, and we do not know if it ever will. <i>Six Stars <b> For Pulling Me Out of my Comfort Zone and Making Me Like It:</b></i> Post-apocalyptic or dystopian writing is not a genre I feel comfortable with for various reasons. Having said that, this is one of those very rare stories that seems to cut across all genres, grabs hold, and doesn’t let you go – even after the last page. I loved this book, and recommend it to anyone who might be interested in the above Star points.
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    A truly compelling read.

    I think I read this book in 3 sittings. Page to page, chapter to chapter - the story evolved in a way that I couldn't bring myself to stop reading.
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