Synopses & Reviews
From the acclaimed author of such novels as Blood and Grits and Childhood comes a wildly weird and breathtakingly original visit to the rural South that reveals the exotic subculture that erupts in all its glory at the Rattlesnake Roundup in Mystic, Georgia.
"No number of adjectives in the thesaurus can do full justice to the dazzlingly bizarre nature of Crews' creations." Washington Post Book World
About the Author
Harry Crews is an American novelist, short story writer and essayist. His first published novel, The Gospel Singer, was released in 1968. His novels include: A Feast of Snakes, Body, Scar Lover, Karate Is A Thing of the Spirit, All We Need of Hell, The Mulching of America, and Celebration. He published a memoir in 1978 titled A Childhood: The Biography of a Place.