PDF NEW [Winter's Bone]


  • Hardcover
  • 193
  • Winter's Bone
  • Daniel Woodrell
  • English
  • 06 January 2020
  • 9780316057554

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Read & Download Winter's Bone Winter's Bone Read ´ 104 characters Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Daniel Woodrell Life in Rathlin Valley But the house is all they have and Ree's father would never forfeit it to the bond company unless something awful happened With two young brothers depending on her and a mother who's entered a kind of second childhood Ree knows she has to bring her father back dead or alive or else see her family turned out into the unforgiving coldSixteen year old Ree. In this crime thriller set in the Ozarks 16 year old Ree Dolly goes on a manhunt to locate her meth cooking father dead or alive She needs to find him because he put their house up for collateral with the bailbondsmen and he s due in court soon The Ozark atmosphere is convincing Woodrell s prose is spare and poetic and most important of all Ree Dolly is a great person to get to know I half hope and half dread that this may be the first in a series I want to hear of Ree but I enjoyed this book so much I don t want an inferior seuel to spoil my experience

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Winter's Bone

Read & Download Winter's Bone Winter's Bone Read ´ 104 characters Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Daniel Woodrell Who has grown up in the harsh poverty of the Ozarks learns uickly that asking uestions of the rough Dolly clan can be a fatal mistake She perseveres past obstacles of every kind and finally confronts the top figures in the family's hierarchyAlong the way to a shocking revelation Ree discovers unexpected depths in herself and in a family network that protects its own at any co. Posted at Shelf Inflicted This short novel has many things I enjoy in dark fiction uirky dysfunctional characters a determined heroine struggling to survive and keep her family together a bleak setting a sense of hopelessness people who pay the price for their bad choices This is a uiet story that crept up on me slowly and haunted me for days afterward Actually it terrified me and made me glad I grew up in New York City Sure there were shootings muggings carjackings and stabbings You just had to watch your back constantly and try to stay out of the dangerous neighborhoods Once I was home and the six deadbolts locked I felt safe 16 year old Ree Dolly has no sense of safety Her mother is mentally ill and unable to care for her children her dad has disappeared her relatives are downright scary and meth is a major source of the family s income I have never been to the Ozarks and have no idea how accurately this story portrays the region and its inhabitants though I m sure these characters really exist somewhere What keeps me from giving a five star rating is the prose At times it felt overwritten taking me out of the story I also felt it was too brief making the characters and relationships too remote In the end I wanted than an empty hollow feeling in the pit of my stomach

Read & Download Winter's Bone

Read & Download Winter's Bone Winter's Bone Read ´ 104 characters Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Daniel Woodrell The sheriff's deputy at the front door brings hard news to Ree Dolly Her father has skipped bail on charges that he ran a crystal meth lab and the Dollys will lose their house if he doesn't show up for his next court dateRee's father has disappeared before The Dolly clan has worked the shadowy side of the law for generations and arrests and attempts to avoid them are part of. Houses above looked caught on the scraggly hillsides like crumbs in a beard and apt to fall as suddenly They d been there two or three lifetimes though and cascades of snow mushes of rain and huffing spring wind had tried to knock them loose and send them tumbling but never did There were narrow footpaths wending all about the slopes between the trees along the rock ledges from house to house and in better weather Ree thought Hawkfall looked sort of enchanted if a place could be enchanted but not too friendly No idea why I waited than ten years to read this powerful little bookIn Winter s Bone the setting is its own character This icy rural universe in the Ozarks comes to life on the page a living breathing violent thing where snow and cold are as big a danger as the criminals and meth cooks who populate this isolated place Wuthering Heights one of my favourite books of all time uses its setting in a similar way Creating a place that feels separate from the rest of humanity and allowing the characters to exist and interact in this bubble wild and living by their own rules I personally find it extremely effectiveIn some ways it makes this Southern Gothic read like a fairy tale It truly feels like a separate universe there s no contemporary references no mention of US politics or pop culture the characters exist in a world of their own And in this world the Dolly family old blood have their own mythos The big man and prophet who d found messages from the Fist of Gods written on the entrails of a sparkling golden fish lured with prayer from a black river way east near the sea was Haslam Fruit of Belief The story itself is a bit of True Grit a bit of McCarthy and O Connor and it occurred to me what I should have been reading instead of attempting to read Where the Crawdads Sing It s far compelling and gritty It s a harsh survival story in which a tough teenage girl but realistically so no cardboard cutouts here attempts to find out why her father is missing and skipped bail before her family loses their homeI loved Ree Dolly She s tough hardened by the harsh realities of life in poverty but not cold and aloof because of it The warmth of her love for her brothers and her friend Gail cuts through the chill of the novel She sets out to talk to higher members of the Dolly clan but blood or not this is a dangerous task Someone knows what happened to her father and it seems they want it to stay hiddenIt s far survival than it is mystery though This rural backcountry is rife with meth addiction alcoholism and poverty There are people willing to hurt others to keep their own secrets And just living day by day is hardIt is sometimes amazing what an author can pack into less than two hundred pagesFacebook Instagram


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