Delano's script is challenging. He doesn't draw a straight line from A to B to C. The "line" actually looks more like a Spirograph design than any straight route through plot points. You have to really want to know what's happening to these characters, what they're doing and why. Outlaw Nation isn't easy, but that's actually part of the appeal. The challenge of the book, the work is well worth it. Plumbing the depths of this complex tale of violence, immortality and the ultimate in dysfunctional family dynamics is a rewarding experience. Read Full Review
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