World's End: A Novel

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Bloomsbury, 1996 - Dutch - 456 pages
19 Reviews
Haunted by the burden of his family's traitorous past, woozy with pot, cheap wine, and sex, and disturbed by a frighteningly real encounter with some family ghosts, Walter Van Brunt is about to have a collision with history.

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User Review  - Joerg - Goodreads

Probably the most negative book I've ever read. 550 pages of meanness and the worst mankind has to offer - I finsihed it because I generally like TC Boyle but at last I had the strong impression that ... Read full review

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User Review  - Becky - Goodreads

This book is spectacular, but it really requires your undivided attention to realise it. Telling the story of multiple generations of dutch families in the Hudson Valley of New York, it's a huge mish ... Read full review

About the author (1996)

T. CORAGHESSAN BOYLE was born and raised in New York's Hudson Valley and now lives near Los Angeles. He is the author of several novels and short story collections. His 1987 novel, "World's End", won the PENlFaulkner Award.

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