a real "novel" by Brian Doyle...
as always a bit of magic and mystery and madness..
Read this book for a Book Club meeting. It was difficult to get through due to endless lists. Did not enjoy and would not recommend.Published 7 days ago by NONA
I found the writing style difficult at first but once I got used to it I loved it. I lived the talking crow. I lived the mixture of spiritual and reality and dreams and reality.Published 10 days ago by Deb Schilling
Each character drawn in fascinating fashion....first the prose weaves the context into which each character emerges ...great work of artPublished 14 days ago by joan FENSKE
Brian Doyle paints a rich picture of a community of unforgettable characters and blends it with spirituality, Indian and northwest culture, friendships and shows of vulnerability... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is an outstanding read. I was so fascinated I could not put down. I read all night.
In one sense you wanted to be part of the sstory. And Brian made feel you were.
Interesting read. Story was good intermixed a lot of history about the people living on the NW coast. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jim
amazing read- long the creative stream of consciousness- may not be everyone's cup of tea- too bad for you if not- magical and fluid- loved itPublished 26 days ago by corbin m. sweeny