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Drive Like Hell: A Novel Kindle Edition
In his hilarious, unforgettable debut -- with everything from stock car racing to drug dealing -- Dallas Hudgens brilliantly evokes Southern culture in a tale that is raucous and wrenching, funny and wise.
-- The Charlotte Observer
-- The San Diego Union-Tribune
"Funny, fast, and dead-on with the details."
-- The Roanoke Times
"Hilarious...Hudgens's first is so much fun that it's easy to forget how difficult it is to portray decent people acting like morons with an artfulness sufficient to transform it into boneheaded genius."
-- Kirkus Reviews (starred)
"Drive Like Hell takes corners at 90 miles an hour to deliver the goods."
-- South Florida Sun-Sentinel
"The twang and the heartbreak are real. Hank Williams would be proud, and deeply amused."
-- Los Angeles Times --This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B000US9DDC
- Publisher : Scribner (21 August 2007)
- Language : English
- File size : 812 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 348 pages
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Written with charm, humour, humanity and empathy it stays with you long after you've finished the last page.
A book I shall no doubt return to sometime.
The title and book cover give an impression of some Arthur Hailey type story, but that couldn't be further from the truth - think more Steinbeck and you'll be closer.
I'd like to think that this author will get the critical acclaim he deserves for this debut. Whether he will or not remains to be seen, but I'll be passing it around for sure. It'll go on my shelf with the other deadbeats, like Kerouac. Yeah, it sort of fits there, like the delinquent son of 50s beat literature.
If your youth still lives on in a hidden corner of your soul, then find a quiet refuge somewhere, pick this up and revisit some emotions you haven't tested out for a loooong time. You'll be glad you did.