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Cormac McCarthy: No Country for Old Men (Abridged)

3:56:33
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

I sent one boy to the gas-chamber at Huntsville.

4:05

Moss sat with the heels of his boots dug into the volcanic gravel…

5:12

Moss left the door open and slung the H&K over his shoulder.

5:10
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Late in the day he reached the ranch road he'd come down…

4:12

When he started the truck and pulled out onto the highway…

4:41

He kept his eye on the plain below as he climbed along the slope.

5:18

At a bench near the rim he stopped and lay on his belly…

1:19

I read the papers every mornin.

3:58

When he pulled up in front of the sheriff's office in Sonora…

4:21

Chigurh crossed the Pecos River just north of Sheffield Texas…

4:37

When Chigurh got to Dryden it was about eight o'clock.

4:45

The bus pulled into Fort Stockton at quarter to nine…

2:56

When they rode up side by side to the car, it was sitting…

4:13

They walked out between the trucks. Bell stood and looked…

5:07

Once inside the trailer, Chigurh stood…

2:29

The bus pulled into Del Rio in the early afternoon…

4:49

In the room he unwrapped the shotgun…

1:12

I was sheriff of this county when I was twenty-five.

2:55

By Wednesday half the state of Texas was on its way to Sanderson.

2:43

Chigurgh picked up the signal from the transponder…

5:13

When Bell walked into the office, Tobert came over…

5:29

He took two steps back and stood, his hands at shoulder level.

5:03

Moss handed him the bills and unshouldered the zipper bag…

5:13

It was almost a three-hour drive to Odessa…

3:02

He watched her. 'How do you think this is goin to end?'

3:52

He was asleep in his bed when the phone rang.

3:42

When Wells got to the hotel the plastic ribbons were gone.

4:14

Llewellyn Moss woke in a ward with sheeting hung between him…

4:10

'What's his name?'

3:37

Wells sat looking at Moss in his hospital bed.

4:44

He pulled into a motel outside of Hondo and got a room…

5:00

Some two miles past the junction of 481 and 57…

4:03

'It started before that,' he said.

5:01

Moss woke from a troubled dream.

4:27

He left before daylight dressed in the muslin hospital gown…

5:15

I won't talk about the war neither.

5:13

Chigurh pulled up across the street and shut off the engine.

5:31

He spent the night in a Rodeway Inn on highway 90…

3:55

When Bell got home she had supper waiting.

3:25

Moss set the case in the booth and eased himself in after it.

2:56

They got in and he set the case between them…

3:24

Later he went out and drove down to the quick stop.

2:42

She watched him. To see what else he would say.

2:18

The Barracuda pulled into a truckstop outside of Balmorhea…

1:17

The sheriff and the deputy were questioning a man…

4:05

Chigurh checked into a motel on the eastbound interstate.

4:19

He'd knocked on other doors with the same sort of message…

4:50

The funeral was on a cold and windy day in March.

2:35

'I'm sorry.' Chigurh smiled. 'It's a hard thing to understand…'

3:16

The car that hit Chigurh in the intersection…

4:55

'I always thought,' said the old man, 'that when I got older…'

4:20

He filled the sink and added a scoop of soap powder.

4:58

Bell sat there with his hands crossed on the oilcloth.

2:55

He said I was bein hard on myself.

3:32

When he walked in the house the phone was ringing.

2:08

Catron had called the boy and talked to him…

3:32

I got Molly to run down his relatives…

3:37

When Bell got home she wasn't there, but her car was.

2:03

I'll wake Loretta up just bein awake myself.

3:27

It was a cold blustery day when he walked out of the courthouse…

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