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No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy
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Sep 08, 2010

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No Country for Old Men
by Cormac McCarthy
320 pages

In this book protagonist Llewelyn Moss finds the wrong persons money and is now on the run from a psychopath who will kill anyone who gets in the way of getting his money back. Anton Chigurh, the antagonist, hunts down Moss trying to get the money back for the Mexican Drug Cartel he works for. Trying to flee, Moss, can only run, but he can't hide. With help from Sheriff Bell escaping a live might be possible.

In my opinion this book was pretty interesting and well written. It had a nice plot and left me wondering if Moss was going to be able to escape. I was also curious as to what would happen if he was caught. Would He try to kill Moss, would Moss and the sheriff have the chance to kill Anton before they got killed?

I would recommend this book to people who need a decent book to read that isn't too hard to follow, but isn't too easy of a read. It's pretty good for young adults and as well as adults.

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