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Romp The town and its denizens colorful refugees from the Lower Forty Eight and Descendants of Early Aboriginal People are seduced and besieged by a Hollywood crew come to film the classic children's book The Sea Lion The ensuing turf. Chances are you ve only read One Flew over the Cuckoo s Nest Chances are you have no intention of reading this last Ken Kesey novel I

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Set in the near future in the fishing village of Kuinak Alaska a remnant outpost of the American frontier not yet completely overcome by environmental havoc and mad dog development Sailor Song is a wild rollicking novel a dark and cosmic. I first read this book during unfortunate personal circumstances circa 1993 It immediately resonated with the 25 year old rebel that

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War escalates into a struggle for the soul of the town as the novel spins and swirls toward a harrowing climaxKesey has given us a uniue and powerful novel about America and this epic tale of the north is a vibrant moral fable for our ti. I never finished reading this but I watched Kesey write it at the Dirty D in Astoria When he held a book singing at the Maritime Muse


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  1. says:

    I first read this book during unfortunate personal circumstances circa 1993 It immediately resonated with the 25 year old rebel that I considered myself to be at the time Over the years I've read this book about once every five years and am currently on my 4th copy after giving it to a number of folks with the un

  2. says:

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Sometimes a Great Notion are two of the greatest novels I've read Like those two Kesey's Sailor Song is full of memorable characters and a wonderful imaginative plot that keeps the reader intrigued Lots of social commentary mixed in too which holds up two decades after the book was wri

  3. says:

    This book seemed much longer than it really was Other than the run in with Greener and the last two chapters not much interesting happened Any comparison with McMurphy and Sallas can only be found with two people on opposite ends o

  4. says:

    The phrase I was searching for throughout Sailor Song was wish fulfillment It's difficult to read the protagoni

  5. says:

    Chances are you've only read One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest Chances are you have no intention of reading this last Ken Kesey novel I'm not about to change either of those probabilitiesThis isn't even that long at 529 pages hardcover yet it feels bloated It reminds one of the reason that clarity is such an important attribute for writing to say nothing of the entertainment value It ultimately reads kind of like a joke th

  6. says:

    Wow I really liked this book for like 78's of the way through Kesey paints a wonderful picture of a small coastal Alaskan fishing village full of colorful characters that come into good fortune brought on by big business h

  7. says:

    I never finished reading this but I watched Kesey write it at the Dirty D in Astoria When he held a book singing at the Mari

  8. says:

    Strap on your rubber tire coat head for the boat stow your blow up lifesuit and Jeep on up to Kuinak Alaska home to the best motley crew of ne'er do wells Underdogs albino villains crustybusty women and angelic Real Deal

  9. says:

    Ken Kesey is one of the great riffers in the history of American letters Unfortunately this novel reveals itself in the end as nothing but one long riff with many sub riffs along the way – no plot no point no plan nothing but high wire literary acrobaticsWell okay not nothing Kesey has a gift for crafting memorable characters and although his literary voice can be tough and sardonic it can also be surprisingly empathetic Sailor

  10. says:

    This was the best book choice I made in 2017 I fell in love with and could relate to almost every beautifully developed character I became a better reader and a inspired writer by engaging with this piece of literature At times I felt like I was there in Kuinak with the mangy dogs the Deaps and the sketchy movie directors I felt like I could