Revolutionary Road

Revolutionary Road

Audiobook CD - 2008
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A bright Connecticut couple living on the assumption that greatness is just around the corner, mortgage their spiritual birthright, betraying not only each other, but their best selves.
Publisher: New York : Random House Audio, p2008, c1961
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9780739359372
Branch Call Number: CD F YAT
Additional Contributors: Bramhall, Mark


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Oct 08, 2014

Quite possibly one of the most bone-chilling and truly horrifying novels I have ever read. EVER. This is not a drama. It is straight up nightmare, a living and breathing heinous nightmare that pounced on the chest of 1950 suburbia and crushed every single resident to death, slowly. [shivers] Seriously, this beautifully horrific story captures every single thing that went maddeningly wrong with the 1950s in the US of A (and we’re STILL trying to fight off). Throughout the entire novel I was on the edge of my seat, nail-biting, wanting to scream/cry/shout/hug. Moreover, I can’t believe I loved it so much. It encompasses all that I despise in stories and yet, I loved this one so much. Wow, folks. Just Wow.

As Tennessee Williams describes Revolutionary Road: “If more is needed to make a masterpiece in modern American fiction, I am sure I don't know what it is.” Wow.


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