The Nothing Man

The Nothing Man

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  • Elizabeth West

    WesternThe Nothing Man by C. J. Petit. I'm always sad to see the ending of your books. I want to keep on reading. This was a good story. I loved the storyline and the characters. Thank you for the man...

  • Charles Castell

    An extraordinary novel of ongoing excursions by a young adolescent, who spent his time in an orphanage. Later he was placed in a bottling plant, which resulted in his defense of a young girl, that had...

  • Jimmy Duncan

    ExcellentI'm well aware of how words can hurt a youngster. As I got older and wiser (hopefully) one of my many regrets is some of the hurtful things I said to others. Kids, let me share some wisdom. I...

  • Betty Burdette

    I Looked For The CJ Petit I Love I looked for the CJ Petit that I Loved but could not find him in this book. I loved that I left every book of yours I Read feeling I had taken something that Made me b...

  • Frank

    I really liked this book. You talk about rags to riches, the main character raised as an orphan and sold to a bottle company at 6 was known 207 until he was kicked out for defending a young girl. A ba...

  • judy

    So glad author back with more books, was worried.Genetics or nurture. Well he wasn't nurtured. How can you give name to wife and family when you have no name of your own. With all the work experience ...

  • Sandra Whittiker

    The Nothing ManNate Manning's life began in an orphanage in St.Louis and was issued a number, no name. He left as a belligerent and angry young man who had no money and no place to sleep. So He did th...

  • Robert C. Miller

    A most unexpected ending.I had never read anything by CJ Petit but was intrigued by th e title of the book. It turned out to be very readable and I read in one long sitting. The plot was confusing in ...

  • Stacey Lotshaw

    Another riveting tail by C. J.Loved the storyline and the characters. Like all his books, I did not want to put it down until the end. Really enjoyed the small differences in this book from all the pr...

  • Mike Slusher

    The story itself is interesting despite the twist ending being pretty obvious, but it seems to have lacked an editor as after about 20 pages the main characters name switches from Ned Boyd to Nate Man...