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I have a very difficult time NOT finishing books I start.
Rose has her anger and hatred, Ginny trying to forget what really happened, and Caroline who was so naive and young to know what her father was really like.
I just finished reading Jane Smiley's astounding book A THOUSAND ACRES for the third time.
Excelent look at a vanishing way of life with keen observations of the people inhabiting that way of life.Published 3 days ago by Wizardofw
This book provides an entertaining portrayal of a farming family in the 1970s and all the difficulties they faced when the farm is passed on to the next generation. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Laura B. Fahey
Read this book a dozen times and never owned a copy. It's a must have for anyone who struggles with family differences, Whether or not you are a farmer with property.Published 20 days ago by MJ
Bought it for my kid. She didn't like it so they sent me another one. She didn't like it either.Published 1 month ago by Livewire
Kept me engaged in the lives of this family. Very good character development. I really like her writing style.Published 2 months ago by Sue
I read this book for two reasons: I frequently teach King Lear (which this novel adapts) and I have family roots deep in the Iowa soil. This isn't a difficult read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jonathan L Sircy
Ordered it for my wife; she loved reading the book. Honestly though, I don't know anything more than that (*Smile*)!Published 3 months ago by Freemason357