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No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy

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Cormac McCarthy, best-selling author of National Book Award winner All the Pretty Horses, delivers his first new novel in seven years. Written in muscular prose, No Country for Old Men is a powerful tale of the West that moves at a blistering pace.



  • I decided to listen to the audiobook of 'No Country for Old Men' before watching the movie, and I must say, I really enjoyed it. The pacing of the book was excellent, and the characters truly came to life. Admittedly, there were a few instances where the author's descriptions were a bit vague, making it challenging to visualize certain scenes, but that was a minor issue overall. After watching the movie, I have to say that while they captured the main events accurately, it didn't quite capture the same atmosphere as the audiobook. If you're on the fence about whether to watch the movie or listen to the audiobook, I strongly recommend giving the audiobook a chance. It offers greater character development and a more engaging unfolding of the storyline. Trust me, it's worth another shot.
  • Cormac McCarthy's return with "No Country for Old Men" is a welcome one, as this engaging story reminds us why we've missed his writing. The prose in this book is stunning, and the characters are so well-developed that they will both frighten you and earn your admiration. Tom Stechschulte's narration is top-notch, as always, breathing life into each and every character. I found myself compelled to listen to the entire book again after the first go-around, something I rarely do, just to fully grasp the intricacies of this captivating tale.
  • I didn't mind this book until the latter half when it takes a turn towards a man contemplating about the decline of the world and the country's involvement in sin and war. The storyline loses its focus and instead we're presented with a meandering account of life from the author's perspective. The second half of the book is truly disappointing. I suggest not spending your money on this book. The serial killer antagonist transitions from a villain to a figure embodying death, which I found distasteful.