Elizabeth Wetmore

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Odessa, Texas


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Valentine by Elizabeth Wetmore
Elizabeth Wetmore voted for Valentine as Best Debut Novel in the Semifinal Round of the 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards.
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Elizabeth Wetmore and 2 other people liked Collin Huber's review of Valentine:
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"A tough book to read, but worth it. With Valentine, Elizabeth Wetmore has crafted a morally complex story with deeply human characters rooted in west Texas. And having spent my entire life in Texas, the atmosphere of the novel rung true. This one wil" Read more of this review »
Elizabeth Wetmore and 23 other people liked Mary Keane's review of Valentine:
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"Such a well-written, powerful novel. An extraordinary debut. Add to your TBRs everyone! Out in April."
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Valentine by Elizabeth Wetmore
"Valentine takes place during 1976 in Odessa, Texas on the brink of another oil boom. There is nothing romantic about life in Odessa. It is a hard place filled with hard men. You know those good ole boys that work hard, drink hard and expect women to " Read more of this review »
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“But of all the things Victor learned during the war -- that living to see another day is almost always a matter of stupid luck, that men who know they might die any minute can learn not to give a shit about who's the All-Star and who's the Mexican, or that heroism is most often small and accidental but it still means the world -- the greatest lesson was this: nothing causes more suffering than vengeance. And Victor has no taste for it, not even as the sole witness to his niece's suffering.”
Elizabeth Wetmore, Valentine

“Every book has at least one good thing…Love stories and bad news and evil masterminds, plots as thick as sludge, places and people she wishes she could know in real life, and words whose loveliness and music make her want to cry when she says them aloud.”
Elizabeth Wetmore, Valentine

“In the church where I grew up, we were taught that sin, even if it happens only in your heart, condemns you all the same. Grace is not assured to any of us, maybe not even most of us, and while being saved gives you a fighting chance, you must always hope that the sin lodged in your heart, like a bullet that cannot be removed without killing you, is not of the mortal kind.”
Elizabeth Wetmore, Valentine

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