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Editorial Reviews site. Profoundly dark, told in spare, searing prose, The Road is a post-apocalyptic masterpiece, one of the best books we've read this year, but in case you need a second and expert opinion, we asked Dennis Lehane , author of equally rich, occasionally bleak and brutal novels, to read it and give us his take.

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Showing of 4, reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. To say that The Road is a rather dark book would be quite the understatement As far as dystopian literature goes, this is quite a step. The story of a father and his son, walking to the sea through a ravaged, cold and grey world, hoping to somehow, find a better place, doesn't leave much space for a happy ending.

Bleak is truly bleak here, not a lot of silver linings! And yet The writing is fantastic, for starter. The style, with short and descriptive sentences, carries the story to perfection. The real beauty of the novel isn't on the outside though, but resides inside, in the incredible bond uniting father and son, a love so deep and unconditional that it seems to erase age gap and life experience, to only focus on their desire to care for each other. This love and concomitant sense of humanity stripped to its essence, manage to give sense and meaning to their otherwise hopeless journey.

On a deeper level, it also seems to invite us to reflect on what makes a life meaningful: The Road's answer is that, ultimately, what matters isn't "what" makes your life, but "how" you choose to live that "what" I hate to give this book five stars. I'm a father.

I read The Road years ago when my son was nine. I honestly had no idea at the time that I was picking up a book about a father and his roughly nine year old son.

That's not a spoiler, you find that out on the first page. Look, Cormac McCarthy writes so well I actually come back to his books on my shelves and open them up randomly, just to read a page and soothe my brain.

But he digs the knife in so deep. I've actually hesitated to review his books before because there is so much beauty in the writing I just don't have the first ability to get a sense of it across. More than that. I actually resented him after finishing this book. I wanted to shake his hand and punch him in the face. Maybe that's why I waited so long to finally admit this book deserves any accolade I could give it.

I finished The Road while sitting on a plane in Hong Kong, waiting to take off in the rain. I was a grown man, struggling so hard not to sob out loud that I started to choke. I've never seen the man pull a punch. I think it also might depend where you are in your life. Thalia Club.

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Turtleback Books. PDF Bloomsbury Academic. Digital CD A father and his son walk alone through burned America. Nothing moves in the ravaged landscape save the ash on the wind.

It is cold enough to crack stones, and when the snow falls it is gray. Bleak is truly bleak here, not a lot of silver linings! And yet The writing is fantastic, for starter.

The style, with short and descriptive sentences, carries the story to perfection. The real beauty of the novel isn't on the outside though, but resides inside, in the incredible bond uniting father and son, a love so deep and unconditional that it seems to erase age gap and life experience, to only focus on their desire to care for each other.

This love and concomitant sense of humanity stripped to its essence, manage to give sense and meaning to their otherwise hopeless journey. On a deeper level, it also seems to invite us to reflect on what makes a life meaningful: The Road's answer is that, ultimately, what matters isn't "what" makes your life, but "how" you choose to live that "what" Compra verificada.

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I read The Road years ago when my son was nine. I honestly had no idea at the time that I was picking up a book about a father and his roughly nine year old son. That's not a spoiler, you find that out on the first page.

Look, Cormac McCarthy writes so well I actually come back to his books on my shelves and open them up randomly, just to read a page and soothe my brain. But he digs the knife in so deep. I've actually hesitated to review his books before because there is so much beauty in the writing I just don't have the first ability to get a sense of it across.

More than that. I actually resented him after finishing this book. I wanted to shake his hand and punch him in the face. Maybe that's why I waited so long to finally admit this book deserves any accolade I could give it. I finished The Road while sitting on a plane in Hong Kong, waiting to take off in the rain. I was a grown man, struggling so hard not to sob out loud that I started to choke. I've never seen the man pull a punch. I think it also might depend where you are in your life.

Just take my advice, if you're a father and you have a young boy, hold off on this, or at least read it when no one is around. There was love in a dark world, but the story was the same dreary day over and over, hoping to get to a part of the book where things improve.

There was a glimpse and then it was gone. Dad and boy struggle to survive.

Dad dies a slow death. Kid goes on with other people.He studied the animals through the binoculars. This item: Allen Ginsberg once declared that it would "still be eagerly read in years". Share your thoughts with other customers.

And he told me that he had been plannin to kill somebody for about as long as he could remember. Compilation of informative health news and topics. Into this impasse steps Thomas Cromwell: a charmer and a bully, both idealist and opportunist, astute in reading people, and implacable in his ambition.

In The Road , those batteries are almost out--the entire world is, quite literally, dying--so the final affirmation of hope in the novel's closing pages is all the more shocking and maybe all the more enduring as the boy takes all of his father's and McCarthy's rage at the hopeless folly of man and lays it down, lifting up, in its place, the oddest of all things: Download our 13 customizable ebook templates here for free.

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