As I Lay Dying
But if you're in the mood for a challenge, pick it up. It's the story of a family going to bury the mother. There's a point in the novel where the father and son are sitting on the porch, and the father asks the son a question. About seven pages later, the son answers the question. It was a startling literary device, and one that absolutely delighted me. I had to flip back through seven or so pages of description and tangents to see what the question was that the son had answered. It gave a true sense of how slowly things moved in this place. Faulkner was a genius.