Julia Buchhorn Bara Buchhorn Bara từ Judaydah, Syria
A tale of revenge, jealousy, self-discovery, defiance, pride, community, independence and redemption; this book has it all. Whether you identify with the prodigal Leland, the stoic Hank, or the lost Viv, Kesey's emotionally charged but ultimately unbiased portrayal of the struggle of family vs community and family vs itself will exhilarate. Through seamless stream of consciousness(es) you begin to inhabit the hive-mind of the Oregon logging community. The motivations of even the most insignificant characters are layers deep, but somehow, even with intensely styled prose, Kesey keeps it all straight and delivers an incredibly satisfying climax and ending. Super recommended, especially if stripping to the waist and getting sweaty in the woods still holds romance for you as you drone your office drone drone.