All My Friends are Going to be Strangers

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Pocket Books, 1992 - Fiction - 281 pages
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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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Funny, tender and excellent characterisation. - Goodreads
I kept waiting for the plot to reveal itself... - Goodreads
I suffered through it and enjoyed the ending. - 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

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User Review  - James - Goodreads

Funny, tender and excellent characterisation. Very much in the Bukowski/American low-life/Beat style which, depending on your taste, means that this book is certainly good and possibly great. Read full review

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User Review  - Robin Hull hogg henley - Goodreads

Kind of depressing/ coming of age book Read full review


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Larry McMurtry, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, among other awards, is the author of twenty-four novels, two collections of essays, two memoirs, more than thirty screenplays, & an anthology of modern Western fiction. He lives in Archer City, Texas.

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