Tarek Swilah Swilah itibaren Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, Birleşik Devletler
Steinbeck has the power to use words to make me walk in the muddy streets of the strikers camp, smell the beans, meat and stale coffee, and to know the faces of each of the characters in this book. Doc Burton was perfect with his probing questions and personal unresolved commitment to what is "right". My sympathy was for the workers who were being manipulated not only by the growers, but the organizers. This is a hard hitting book, but I was left hanging at the end. It is typical Steinbeck to make the reader carry on the story in their own mind, but the ending in this book left me cold.