Richard Brautigan is one of the most unusual writers you’ll come across. His style has been described as naive,and he’s certainly surreal,humorous and dark in places. 276 more words
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Unlike any ‘western’ I’ve ever read. It’s gritty, violent, relentless, and often utterly ridiculous. I liked it.
The Sisters Brothers is by far the most engaging and probably enjoyable book i have read this year. The 1850’s Frontier setting was an added bonus for me, tying in with my University studies of the expansion and colonization of the West from the late 19th century onward. 305 more words
On a short, late-winter day, the Sisters brothers dismount from their horses in a dried up ravine to set up camp for the night. Notorious outlaws in the service of the enigmatic Commodore, Eli and Charlie have set out from Oregon on the journey to California for their next job. 593 more words