The western lands
Burroughs completes a trilogy that began with Cities of the Red Night and The Place of Dead Roads with a profound, revealing and often astounding meditation on the themes of mortality, loneliness, nuclear peril and theinextinguishable hope for an existence beyond bodily death.
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Review: The Western Lands (The Red Night Trilogy #3)User Review - Arthur Graham - Goodreads
The Western Lands wraps up the Red Night trilogy with a more involved look at the pilgrimage thereto, intercut with crosscurrents from the Egyptian Book of the Dead and remembrances from the author's ... Read full review
Review: The Western Lands (The Red Night Trilogy #3)User Review - Goodreads
Dope and boys, not cut-up experiments about death and mystics, are the subjects I want in my Burroughs' books. Yes. I am blonde.