Go With Me Castle Freeman Jr.'s Go With Me is quite a spiffy little yarn, loose and funny and, at a few key junctures, righteously bloody. In a… Go With Me Castle Freeman Jr.'s Go With Me is quite a spiffy little yarn, loose and funny and, at a few key junctures, righteously bloody. In a… 2008-01-15 Fiction Mystery and Thriller Steerforth
Book Review

Go With Me (2008)

GO WITH ME Castle Freeman Jr.'s charmingly offbeat novel figures to be a popular selection in any indie filmmakers' book club
GO WITH ME Castle Freeman Jr.'s charmingly offbeat novel figures to be a popular selection in any indie filmmakers' book club
EW's GRADE
A-

Details Release Date: Jan 15, 2008; Writer: Castle Freeman Jr.; Genres: Fiction, Mystery and Thriller; Publisher: Steerforth

Castle Freeman Jr.'s Go With Me is quite a spiffy little yarn, loose and funny and, at a few key junctures, righteously bloody. In a Vermont logging town, a young woman recruits a muscle-bound kid and a wily old man to help her track down the vicious former cop who's been stalking her. Over a day, their travels lead from a hot-sheet motel to a hardcore bar to the forest primeval, while a chorus of beer-drinking locals comment on the action. The book takes just a few hours to read — about the running time of the swell indie movie someone should make from this offbeat charmer. A-

Originally posted Jan 11, 2008 Published in issue #974 Jan 18, 2008 Order article reprints