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Storm - A Novella
 
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Christopher Cook
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Storm - A Novella

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
How does a boy become a man in the Deep South?br/br/Not without a struggle.br/br/This powerful novella of a young boy and his extended family in rural East Texas is reminiscent of Flannery O#x2019;Connor and William Faulkner both in the psychological complexity of its storytelling and in the music of its language. There is the boy and the stoic grandfather he worships, the ...more
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Published (first published June 20th 2011)
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Jena
Dec 09, 2011 Jena rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: fans of Southern literature, and those who appreciate gorgeous prose
Recommended to Jena by: Ann Philips
This book is filled with some of the most beautifully written passages I've ever had the pleasure to read. It showcases the majesty of nature in a way that few modern novels ever even attempt. The plot is intriguing, the characters are interesting, and I connected with "Storm" on an emotional level. I was anxious to give this book five stars, and prepared to lobby Goodreads for some higher rating with which "the best of the best" books could be rewarded. . . . And then I read the ending, and an ...more
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