The Road by Cormac McCarthy

The Road by Cormac McCarthy

This is a depressing but really well written story of a father and son at the end of humanity (literally).

  • Growing up isn't always fun, and it is often downright befuddling, as author and screenwriter Dave Eggers so raucously illustrates in his novelization of "Where the Wild Things Are." Drawing upon Max's furry-friended dream sequen... Growing up isn't always fun, and it is often downright befuddling, as author and screenwriter Dave Eggers so raucously illustrates in his novelization of "Where the Wild Things Are." Drawing upon Max's furry-friended dream sequence as originally devised by Maurice Sendak, Eggers exposes the feisty animal spirit at the core of one young human named Max. A gift of inspiration for big kids, ages 12 and up.