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This book was very good. The stories were quite different from other ones, and kept you wanting to read more. I would recommend it to everyone.Published 20 days ago by cheyanne
Ron Rash writes very simple fiction that's not so simple. His work is sent in stark situations that he portrays perfectly.Published 21 days ago by Douglas G. Mathewson
What makes this approach to story-telling so compelling is Rash's skill in setting up a situation. He then shows the reader how far from the supposed outcome the real ending to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Don Zabriskie
Ron Rash's stories are haunting and visceral. The ones about the owl and the parents of the wayward son have stuck with me for years.Published 2 months ago by Alexandra Helms
I selected the Kindle version because I was enamoured with Ron Rash's The Cove, but wasn't sure I would like this short story Anthology. Well, the stories blew me away. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Elizabeth R. Kral
This is my second Ron Rash book.
Mr. Rash writes about Appalachian people. I was raised by and with Appalachians and Rash knows of what he writes. Read more
Rash is a genius at taking outside ourselves and placing us in unknown territory.Published 10 months ago by ymsgbs
Some I liked some I didn't. All well written. Over all good.Published 10 months ago by Robin Sallenbach
True and memorable characters . Smooth writing style.
Great book to read when traveling. Complete and precise stories . Leaves you imagining more of the individuals.