Book Reviews of Hawkline Monster

Hawkline Monster
Hawkline Monster
Author: Richard brautigan
ISBN-13: 9780671807474
ISBN-10: 0671807471
Publication Date: 9/1/1976
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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A fun, fast-paced and unusual story.
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This is an interesting twist on a westen story. A bit of sex in it which was surprising, a bit of swearing as well. (Just wanted to note that for folks who are put off by that stuff) A little metaphysical tossed in as well.
Two gunslingers are saught out to help kill the Hawkline Monster. It takes a while to get to Hawkline, but when they do strange things happen. Its just a quirky odd enough read, its worth the time. A new twist on the old west.
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This is a strange little book. Hard to categorize. If it were a painting it would be some sort of modern art with identifiable objects but not quite representational. The writing style suits it with lean, straight-forward prose. Not sorry I read it, but I'm not too sure what I thought of it either.
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A gothic western.
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From the back of the book...

The time is 1902. The setting, eastern Oregon. The action begins when Magic Child, a fifteen-year-old Indian girl of surprising sophistication and accomplishment, wanders into the wrong whorehouse looking for the right men - the men who will kill the monster that lives in the ice caves under the basement of Miss Hawkline's cold yellow house...
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this was a crazyyyyyyyyy book abt twins in the west but i couldnt put it down