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Drop CityExpression of going back to the land The novel opposes two groups of characters Sess Harder his wife Pamela and other young Alaskans who are already homesteading in the wilderness and the brothers and sisters of Drop City who despite their devotion to peace free love and the simple life find their commune riven by tensions As these two communities collide their alliances shift and unexpected friendships and dangerous enmities are born as everyone struggles with the bare essentials of li. For me some novels just blur after putting them down and I do

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Drop City Free read ´ 104 ↠ TC Boyle has proven himself to be a master storyteller who can do just about anything But even his most ardent admirers may be caught off guard by his ninth novel for Boyle has delivered something completely unexpected a serious and richly rewarding character study that is his most accomplished and deeply satisfying work to daTC Boyle has proven himself to be a master storyteller who can do just about anything But even his most ardent admirers may be caught off guard by his ninth novel for Boyle has delivered something completely unexpected a serious and richly rewarding character study that is his most accomplished and deeply satisfying work to date It is 1970 and a down at the heels California commune has decided to relocate to the last frontier the unforgiving landscape of interior Alaska in the ultimate. This book is a gas I thoroughly enjoyed it It is hilarious an

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Fe love nourishment and a roof over one's head Drop City is not a satire or a nostalgic look at the sixties though its evocation of the period is presented with a truth and clarity that no book on that era has achieved This is a surprising book a rich allusive and nonsentimental look at the ideals of a generation and their impact on today's radically transformed world Above all it is a novel infused with the lyricism and take no prisoners storytelling for which TC Boyle is justly famous. This book is fuelled by flower power Sadly I prefer books whi