Blood Meridian

Or the Evening Redness in the West

by | Publisher: Vintage
Average vote of 1617
| 13 total contributions of which 11 reviews , 2 quotes , 0 images , 0 notes , 0 video
An epic novel of the violence and depravity that attended America's westward expansion, Blood Meridianbrilliantly subverts the conventions of the Western novel and the mythology of the "wild west."  Based on historical events that took plac ...Continua
Wrote 8/25/18
just another masterpiece
...epic like a western homer "The flames sawed in the wind and the embers paled and deepened and paled and deepened like the bloodbeat of some living thing eviscerate upon the ground before them and they watched the fire which does contain within it...Continua
Wrote 1/11/16
Ciclicamente ciclico
Bell'esercizio di scrittura ma troppo fine a se stesso. Libro ciclico, che continua a ripetersi nelle sue vicende senza mai sorprendere lo spettatore. Nn do 1 stellaPerché in realtà se fosse meno piatto sarebbe un bel libro ed anche per la maestria t...Continua
Wrote 8/17/13
una cavalcata selvaggia e infernale......

In uno scenario western, violento e crudele,ci si ritrova trascinati in una allucinante fuga/inseguimento, disperata, visionaria e terribile...da rileggere!

Wrote 1/24/12
Too much blood
Check out what I wrote in my spanish blog: OMG: headless bodies, blood flowing like rivers, all kinds of free violence. What I was expecting? It is always the same way wi...Continua
The Way the West was Won
A wild ride in the desert following a greedy criminal and a demon with a knack for twisting truth and lies. No meaning for the riders, other than pursuing, fleeing, killing, scalping and ultimately being killed. This is how the West was won, and more...Continua

Wrote Jul 31, 2009, 15:22
In two days they began to come upon bones and cast-off apparel. They saw halfburied skeletons of mules with the bones so white and polished they seemed incandescent even in that blazing heat and they saw panniers and packsaddles and the bones of men...Continua
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Wrote Jul 30, 2009, 13:19
See the child. He is pale and thin, he wears a thin and ragged linen shirt. He stokes the scullery fire. Outside lie dark turned fields with rags of snow and darker woods beyond that harbor yet a few last wolves. His folks are known for hewers of woo...Continua
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