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Book Review of Sin Killer (Berrybender Narrative, Bk 1)

Sin Killer (Berrybender Narrative, Bk 1)
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Helpful Score: 1

Larry McMurtry's dry humor is showcased within the varied and oddly curious characters in this book. at times the family characters, of which there are many, seemed to be totally unrelated by blood due to the various interests and ideas they each seem to follow. But then at other times something may happen and they are just appear similar in their reactions. The situations they find themselves in over and over due to their own selfish and set ways only leads to their real life developement as their story and life progresses.

This is a very long look at family and nonfamily characters in situations that I found got old about half way thru the story. I don't think I could make it thru the whole four (4) volumes.

I am now reading the second volume, The Wandering Hill: THE BERRYBENDER NARRATIVES, BOOK 2 and I am finding it harder and harder to follow and keep up with the unending line of charaters.

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