John Steinbeck’s prose is always so alive and, well, honest he could literally write about paint drying and I would still probably love his work. Who knew the life of farmers could be so riveting, and deep, and thought-provoking, and all other good things.
|Extremely evocative, pleasant, flowing prose||The plot might feel a bit slow at parts?|
|Interesting, profound, likable characters|
|Interesting plot depicting the lives of multiple people in early 20th century USA|
|Profound story about the vices of life|
|Thought-provoking about the meaning of life, and the human animal in general|