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Winter in the Blood by James Welch
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Jun 11, 2007

it was ok
bookshelves: contemporary-fiction, novel, reviewed, america
Read in March, 2005

Falls prey to the flowery/boring prose problems of most contemporary American authors; and unlike in Harry Potter, there is no driving plotline to keep the reader's interest. However, I will say that Welch's prose is often rises from his ilk and actually spins together an interesting metaphor or underlies a moment of subtle emotion.

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