The Maid's Version
Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Edition language: English
Yeah, baby. Fuck yeah. Woodrell's prose is so fine I want to snort it up my nose and shoot it into my veins. If you've been reading my reviews for a few years, you know that I often can't write proper reviews for the books that impress me the most. I just slap five stars on it and crank out a bun...
This was a novel that shook me up and stayed with me after I finished it. This is the account of a fire that swept through a dance hall in the small town of West Table, Missouri, and left the people who survived with sadness, mourning and anger. Told through the eyes of Alma, one of the residents, w...
Being a big fan of all of his work from 1996 to 2006, this was a bit of a let down, no matter how much I really wanted to like it. It was his first novel in 7 years, and I had an itch that needed to be scratched.While the premise was pretty interesting, the story itself felt like when someone else ...
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