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The Hungry Season by T. Greenwood
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Feb 02, 11

Recommended to Amy by: I picked it up randomly from the library shelf based on the "Vermont fiction" tag
Read from January 31 to February 01, 2011

So much to love about this book. The author has a brilliant way of using language that begs you to turn each page. The individual characters are continuously morphing and surprising the reader with each chapter, (each told in an individual voice). What is left untold, but slowly, ever so slowly, revealed is worth every minute. Each character is brilliantly "broken" and although their individual conflicts are at cross-purposes to one another, you can't help but take each side as the story unfolds, nodding you head and saying, "Yes, I can see how that would happen. I can see how you would feel that way..." Please, please, please...go read this book. I can't wait to get back to the library and look for the author's earlier book, "Two Rivers".
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Peter Pick up her new book, too. THIS GLITTERING WORLD, in stores now (as well as an older book back in print, UNDRESSING THE MOON). You'll love them all.


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Amy Many thanks! I'll be checking them out soon.


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