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I think I've developed an addiction to Joe Lansdale. Since discovering his young adult novel "All the Earth, Thrown to the Sky", I've sought out as many of his books as I can find.
Then I started the Hap and Leonard series and became hopelessly hooked. As I've said in my reviews for the first four H&L novels, they're not for everyone, but if you like ONE, you'll like them all. Hap and Leonard have become two of my favorite characters in modern literature for a variety of reasons. They're alwa...more
This fifth installment of the Hap and Leonard novels is as rude, crude, and funny as the others. As Lansdale explores the seamier side of America, notably East Texas with a detour to Oklahoma, his new topics include white slavery, Mexican motorcycle gangs, and midget abuse....LOTS of midget abuse. A problem tends to creep into this series. You start wondering how many more deadly situations, dark forbidding topics and unfunny subjects can the author continue to make funny. Yet, all the darkness...more
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