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The role of antagonist is gradually filled by Judge Holden, a physically massive, highly-educated, exceptionally multi-talented member of the gang who is depicted as completely bald from head to toe.
Although the novel initially generated only lukewarm critical and commercial reception, it has since become highly acclaimed and is widely recognized as Mc Carthy's masterpiece, as well as one of the greatest American novels of all time.
Because of the new operators' brutal ways, a group of US Army soldiers sets up a second ferry at a ford upriver, which the Yuma briefly appropriate until their ferryman is decapitated and thrown in the river.
Eventually, after the gang has amassed a large fortune by robbing settlers using the ferry, the Yumas suddenly attack the gang and kill most of them, including Glanton, though Holden (after fighting off the Yumas using his immense strength to level a howitzer by hand) survives and escapes.
The kid, Toadvine, and Tobin are among the few other survivors who escape into the desert, although the kid takes an arrow in the leg.
Heading west together, the kid and Tobin encounter a weaponless and hatless Judge Holden and his accompanying imbecile arriving at a watering hole.
The bulk of the novel details the gang's conversations and depraved, murderous activities as they travel on horseback throughout the borderlands.
The gang originally contracts with various regional leaders to exterminate hostile Apaches and is given a bounty for each scalp they recover.
After reaching through the cell bars to try to touch the kid, Holden leaves him alone, stating that he "has errands." The kid is released and seeks a doctor to treat his wound.
Both parties end up in San Diego, but the kid is separated from Tobin when he is caught by local authorities and imprisoned.
Holden visits him in jail, stating that he told the jailers "the truth": that the kid alone was responsible for the end of the Glanton gang.
Mc Carthy's fifth book, it was published by Random House.
The majority of the story follows a teenager referred to only as "the kid," with the bulk of the text devoted to his experiences with the Glanton gang, a historical group of scalp hunters who massacred Native Americans and others in the United States–Mexico borderlands from 1849 to 1850 for bounty, pleasure, and eventually out of nihilistic habit.