That in my *Kindle Version There Were *version There were Fall for You lines plus a small in Thi Rebecca Johns is a good enough writer but this book seems to be the effort of aazy writer She begins a story Money Blues to Blue Money line beautifully however she jumps out of the original thread to another which takes place than twenty yearsater If she feels the need to fill in a missing piece about the intervening years she does it in a uick flashback a device I have noticed coming out of the Iowa Writers Workshop Facial Action Coding SystemInvestigator's Guide Part 16701 lately As a result the book comes off as an episodic collection of three novellas in order to bring it in under 300 or so pages I enjoy readingong novels with al Outstanding Remarkable for a first novel Wang to read I iked this book but there were too many gaps What happened when Walt came home Too much skipping ahead I know there were flashbacks from different viewpoints but still too much eft out I suppose it kind of came together at the end but not as much as much as I would Alchemy Martial Supreme like There s much Iike about this book including some beautiful writing and the Canadian setting in the first section What threw me off was the structure I was committed to a set of characters in the 1944 section I was unprepared to switch not only time period section two jumps to 1967 then to 1999but POV I wasn t ready to eave the original character. On the home front in a small Canadian farming community Walt's young wife Dottie struggles with her own battles oneliness worry and an attraction to an itinerant farm worker Only one man comes home alive from Labr. S it took me a ong time to feel connected to their children 23 years ater I never got into the swing of things for the rest of the book Characters I most oved and wanted to spend time with became peripheral shadows in the background This book reminded me of how much I occasionally bond with one or characters who remain with me African American Literature in Transition, 1830-1850 long after I finish the book This book was first published in 2006 Several years ago it was removed from ouribrary s shelves and sold in their book sale This is where I bought it It s been sitting on my bookshelves since then What a find A very compelling story over a period of 50 years in Canada and the US interesting characters different families whose À quoi rêvent les algorithmes lives are interconnected A real pleasure An interesting novel not ground breaking but an enjoyable read not theeast because it is set in the unusual backdrop *OF CANADIANS DRAFTED DURING WWII AND OF IMMIGRANT CANADIANS *Canadians drafted during WWII and of immigrant Canadians the US drafted during the Vietnam war However I found the tag BWWM (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 40 (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 40: Billionaires Secret Baby (Interracial African American Romance Urban Baby Romance Short Stories) line Two wars two families united by tragedy bound by deceit a bit excessive as there isn t much a deceit to speak of it is there but it is not dramatised much and doesn t impact the characters much and thus doesn t actually seem very important after all I would haveoved this even if I didn t know the author It s really ambitious and fascinating. Ador but the Spare the Child: The Religious Roots of Punishment and the Psychological Impact of Physical Abuse lives of their two families remain forever entwined An ambitious andyrical debut novel Icebergs explores how tragedies narrowly averted can alter the course of ives as drastically as those met head.
READ ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Î Rebecca JohnsSuch a beautifully written book a remarkable debut for this Illinois author *The Story Unfolds In *story unfolds in eras 1944 when a Canadian military crew crash ands in Newfoundland and the crew s young wives in Ontario await the news of their husbands fates 1967 Chicago as these families Faith Into Action: Thoughts on Selected Topics lives become deeply intertwined 1999 Ontario a return to where their shared histories began The story examinesove disappointment passion and change in relationships between husbands and wives parents and children friends The characters are wholly rendered and believable as is the original story I ook forward to from this strong and compassionate voice It wasfine I had high expectations and the book s teaser #Of A Secret That Will # a secret that will their existence was not at all something that happened Spoiler and not a big one a girl kissed a guy when she was married A guy ied and got engaged to another woman while married And then he died so you can t
all see what would have happened These things were to the story not really that relevant The setting itself Canada in the second world war was new and interesting I really wish I would have felt invested in that tale I will say I read this on kindle so I don t know if this happened in the book but the book jumped time a fair amount and there were no paragraph or ine breaks when. In World War II Canada Walt Dun and Al Clark are the only members of their bomber crew to survive a plane wreck on Newfoundland's Labrador coast but now they must fight injuries and cold in the sub zero wilderness. ,At All See What Would Have Happened These Things Were