Good if you like 'em bloody
Yes, I have, its extremely, gratuitously violent, almost pornographically so, and I feel at times he can be a little flowery with his language, but no-one can convey a sense of place and time as well as he can.
It's very poetic in its savagery in many ways, and the character of 'the judge' is one of the most extraordinary ones to have emerged in contemporary US literature. So, in short, well worth a read, and then read all the pretty horses for good measure. I'm still eyeing my copy of 'no country for old men' and muttering to myself to read it, too.
Hope you enjoy it!