By Patrick deWitt
“A beautiful, clever, riveting paintings of, between different issues, cowboy noir…Honestly, I can’t remember ever being this keen on a couple of psychopaths.”
—David Wroblewski, New York Times bestselling writer of The tale of Edgar Sawtelle
“A masterful, hilarious picaresque that retains corporation with the simplest of Charles Portis and Mark Twain…a relentlessly soaking up feat of novelistic art.”
—Wells Tower, writer of Everything Ravaged, every little thing Burned
“The Sisters Brothers is darkish, darkish, and humorous, either ha ha and strange…and you’ll love the characters you meet alongside the way.”
—Tom Franklin, New York Times bestselling writer of Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter
Patrick deWitt, a tender author whose “stop-you-in-your-tracks writing has snuck up at the global” (Los Angeles Times), brings us The Sisters Brothers, a darkly comedian, outrageously artistic novel that gives readers a decidedly off-center view of the Wild, Wild West. Set opposed to the back-drop of the good California Gold Rush, this abnormal and beautiful journey de strength instantaneously honors and reshapes the conventional western whereas chronicling the picaresque misadventures of 2 employed weapons, the fabled Sisters brothers. the main unique western because the Coen Brothers re-interpreted True Grit—you’ve by no means met a person relatively like The Sisters Brothers.