Paradise Sky Lib/E

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Mulholland Books
Publish Date
6.1 X 1.2 X 6.7 inches | 0.55 pounds
Compact Disc

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About the Author

JOE R. LANSDALE is the author of thirty novels, including The Bottoms, Mucho Mojo, A Fine Dark Line, Two-Bear Mambo, and Bad Chili, as well as two hundred shorter works in fiction, nonfiction, essays, and columns. His screenplays, novels, and stories have frequently been optioned by producers and directors such as David Lynch, Ridley Scott, and Adam Friedman. He has written teleplays for Batman: The Animated Series, as well as a multitude of comic book scripts. His novella Bubba Ho-Tep was filmed and starred Ossie Davis and Bruce Campbell, and his short story โ€œIncident On and Off a Mountain Roadโ€ was filmed for Showtime.


Reading Joe Lansdale is like listening to a favorite uncle who just happens to be a fabulous storyteller.-- "Dean Koontz"
Too often overlooked in American literature is that lineage descending from our early humorists such as Bierce, and from Twain: regional, darkly comic, bizarre. That's where Joe Lansdale lives. He's very Texan, very American, very funny--and a stone brilliant writer.-- "James Sallis, author of Drive"
Classic Lansdale, his own self peppered throughout by much piney backwoods philosophizing on everything from religion to whoring, [with] the author's long-ago trademarked heaping helping of wry, often delightfully vulgar humanism.-- "Austin Chronicle"
Paradise Sky is a rowdy, funny, suspenseful, and often quite moving yarn.-- "Booklist (starred)"

Folksy, cinematic...Lansdale fills his pages with true-hearted heroes, dastardly scoundrels, and rollicking adventures.

-- "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"

Paradise Sky is a rowdy, funny, suspenseful, and often quite moving yarn.

-- "Booklist (starred review)"

This fast-paced Western with its multicultural cast of characters is a winner.

-- "Library Journal (starred review)"

Paradise Sky goes down smooth and easy as a vintage sarsaparilla.

-- "Kirkus Reviews"