It’s a book. It’s 287 pages long with a black cover. It was first published in 2006.
The San Francisco Chronicle said, “It’s gripping, frightening and, ultimately, beautiful. It might very well be the best book of the year, period.”
It contains the following passage:
You said you wouldnt ever leave me.
I know. I’m sorry. You have my whole heart. You always did. You’re the best guy. You always were. If I’m not here you can still talk to me. You can talk to me and I’ll talk to you. You’ll see.
Will I hear you?
Yes. You will. You have to make it like talk that you imagine. And you’ll hear me. You have to practice. Just dont give up. Okay?
When it was chosen for Oprah’s book club, the author gave Oprah his first television interview ever.
It has a supple, responsive buttfeel.
What am I sitting on?
I’m sitting on The Road by Cormac McCarthy!
Did you guess right?
Now you can treat yourself to a long profile of McCarthy from 1992.
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