The Road by Cormac McCarthy


The Road is disturbing for its realism and heartbreaking for the demonstration of love between the father and son.  The struggle to survive, to protect, and to be charitable demonstrates a larger truth about life.  The characters feel so real, and the bleak future described seems all too possible in Cormac McCarthy's hands.

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