THE FARM by Clarence Cooper Jr.

“So much of what we know of ourselves is a lousy God Damn lie.” Maintains the narrator of The Farm (1968). The audacious and supercharged novel by a writer of both prodigal gifts and tendencies toward self-destruction. The Farm is a Dante-esque tour of the levels of hell to be found in a federal drug rehabilitation center and a powerful story of love growing in the most unnatural conditions. It is a stylistic tour de force and one of the most honest and unrelenting novels dealing with drug addiction ever written.

Already read this book? Was it good or bad? Share your thoughts and do a review for Street Fiction. Tell us what you think of this book or author in the Comments section. Thanks.

Featured Service: Muse Deep Comprehensive Line Editing

UFE_logo“…like a literary bootcamp”! “…opting for the Muse Deep Comprehensive Line Editing service was like attending a master class in writing.” Author Vincent Durham on UrbanFictionEditor.com’s Developmental Editing process aka MUSE DEEP COMPREHENSIVE LINE EDITING!

 

Learn More