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The Wages of Sin is Hell This is Goodnight a place so ingrown and provincial that Randall calls it Sludgeville until he starts thinking of it as home In this pitch perfect novel Tom McNeal explores the currents of hope passion and cruelty beneath the surface. About halfway through this book McNeal describes a pivotal moment in a high school football game His description ta

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Goodnight Nebraska

At the age of 17 Randall Hunsacker shoots his mother's boyfriend steals a car and comes close to killing himself His second chance lies in a small Nebraska farm town where the landmarks include McKibben's Mobil Station Frmka's Superette and a sign that says. I was in sudden need of a book on a recent trip to Lawrence Kansas so I went into The Dusty Bookshelf used book sto

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Of the American heartland In  Randall McNeal creates an outcast whose redemption lies in Goodnight a strange small but ultimately embracing community where Randall will inspire fear and adulation win the love of a beautiful girl and nearly throw it all aw. I started reading Goodnight Nebraska because I thought it was a sports novel It turned out to be anything but It is


10 thoughts on “Goodnight Nebraska

  1. says:

    Stunning I would put this book in my top 5 easily Why Tom McNeal stopped writing is a mystery but it's also a tragedy A deeply moving look at the lives of simple people who are caught between needing and wanting exactly what they have This is a gorgeous book in its language in its development in its characters which rise

  2. says:

    Can Tom McNeal write anything that doesn’t take your breath away? I’m beginning to think notMcNeal is reminiscent of both Faulkner and St

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    I was in sudden need of a book on a recent trip to Lawrence Kansas so I went into The Dusty Bookshelf used book store I looked around a bit then found Goodnight Nebraska It ended up being amazingI won't deny that

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    I toyed with the idea of calling my review Good Riddance Nebraska but that seemed a little harsh The story wasn't all bad bu

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    I was introduced to Tom McNeal just a couple weeks ago by the 2013 YA title Far Far Away which had one of the most absorbing first 50 pages of any novel I've read Lofty ambitious story telling gorgeous prose all very appealing and accessible Winners of the Best First 50 Pages Award almost always slide downhill though sometimes uite dramatically and indeed Far Far Away ultimately wins the Just a Good Book Nothi

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    I'm not sure exactly what I expected from Goodnight Nebraska McNeal's debut novel but it did deliver In some ways it is another redemptive tale this time of forgiving yourself but in other ways it is a bleak fatalistic novel where really in th

  8. says:

    As a rural Nebraskan myself I am familiar with the setting of this book and this was reason enough for me to read it I didn't identify with the characters as a matter of fact I disliked most of them but the author did elicit this emotion from me that perhaps he was trying for The only character I could identify

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    I started reading Goodnight Nebraska because I thought it was a sports novel It turned out to be anything but It is a story about life forgiveness infidelity and love This novel made me think about happiness According to a minor character Di

  10. says:

    Wow Wow Wow What a book This richly woven tale of lives young old and middle aged in a small Nebraska town is really the story of humanity It is a story of love and hate and the small line that sometimes separates the two It is a s