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Bloodroot by Amy Greene
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Apr 09, 2010

bookshelves: character-development, family, fatherhood, marriage, motherhood, point-of-view, romance, strong-females, unreliable-narrator, writing-technique, depressing, murder, plot-development, self-discovery, siblings, skimmed
Recommended for: fans of Girl Interrupted, modern-day tragedies, Southern drawl
Read from March 22 to April 08, 2010 , read count: 1

Meticulously narrated audiobook. Narrators circle around one another, spinning a web of delightful images and desparate despair.

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04/06/2010 page 52 "Love this audiobook! The narration is almost as beautiful as the words of this book."

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