I did find a historical error in the book. He marks someone using a ".30-30 saddle rifle" in July of 1890. Winchester did not release it until 1895. Not a mistake Louis L'Amour would have made, but forgivable.It was love/hate for me. I couldn't put it down towards the end.
Ditto on McCarthy; didn't read The Road as the premise was too dark, but read some early stuff and No Country for Old Men. Ruthless. Violent.I read All the Pretty Horses and The Road... I decided I don't need that kinda negativity in my life
Faulkner... but people have a hard time with Dune? I'ma just gonna say it... if he was a HT'r I'd just look at the pictures and keep on scrolling.
I’ve been reading nonfiction about the Spanish Civil War. I finished “They Shall Not Pass” by Ben Hughes about British volunteers in the International Brigades, and I have a book coming from Amazon about the Abraham Lincoln Battalion.I just finished "For Whom the Bell Tolls", Hemingway. It was some what of a slow read for me. I just ordered Mark Kenyons "That wild country" to start next.