All my friends are going to be strangers

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Pocket Books, 1992 - Fiction - 281 pages
106 Reviews
A "brilliant . . . funny and dangerously tender" (Time) novel from the Pulitzer Prize-Winning author of Lonesome Dove. On a whirlwind trip from Texas to California, author Danny Deck finds himself unexpectedly entwined in the lives of three different women--and on the verge of what might be dazzling literary success . . . or dismal literary failure.

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I suffered through it and enjoyed the ending. - Goodreads
I kept waiting for the plot to reveal itself... - Goodreads
This was a very good piece of writing from McMurtry. - Goodreads
Larry McMurtry writing forty years ago. - Goodreads
His writing is still awesome. - Goodreads
There isn't much in the way of plot. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Sean Owen - Goodreads

In "All My Friends Are Going to be Strangers" McMurtry mines his own biographer for material. It's the story of a young writer selling his first novel and then being commissioned by a big Hollywood ... Read full review

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User Review  - BikerDude Orellana - Goodreads

The title: whot mean? Decades after reading this book it occurred to me perhaps title says "treat those close to you as you would a stranger". What? Well, aren't we all kind and polite to those we've just met? Of course, I could be completely off base. Read full review


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Larry McMurtry is the author of twenty-nine novels, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Lonesome Dove". His other works include two collections of essays, three memoirs, and more than thirty screenplays, including the coauthorship of "Brokeback Mountain", for which he received an Academy Award. He lives in Archer City, Texas.

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