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Overall, Marrow is a good book about a sad and lonely girl who is consumed by the world she lives in. This is not a love story. This is not a story where the ending will leave you feeling happy and satisfied. This is a dark story about revenge. It is a story about a girl who lives her life based on the circumstances in which she was brought up in. It's a story of a girl who turns into a woman who may or may not be delusional. But it is also a story about seeking revenge for the innocents who have been wronged in life. It's not an easy book to read. It's graphic, sad (not in a way that will make you cry, but in a way that you will FEEL for the injustice bestowed upon the people of Bone), and twisted.
This book is definitely dark and twisted and absolutely enthralling. And man was I blown away when I realized the connection between this book and another of Tarryn’s books. I would love to spend time in Tarryn’s brain. It must be a crazy, interesting place. I can’t wait to finish catching up on her books as well as reading whatever she puts out next. This was the perfect birthday read for me.
This book has been sitting in my kindle since it was released. I should have left it there.
It was pretty good in the beginning and then it drug on some in the middle but was still pretty good. Then at about 80% or so , it took a 180 degree turn. It was as if Tarryn stopped writing and a total stranger took over abruptly. It just didnt make sense and then was just rushed to be done. Just bad. Don't waste your money.
Marrow is the story of Margo Moon. Margo barely exists. She lives with her mother in a horrible neighborhood filled with horrible people and horrible things. The only bright light in Margo's life is her friendship with Judah. Despite being in a wheelchair, Judah sees the good in life. Their relationship gives Margo hope she hasn't had before. That hope lasts until Margo's young neighbor girl goes missing. Margo takes it upon herself to find out what happened to Neveah. What she finds will force her into avenging the wrongs taking place around her.
Margo was an interesting character. In the beginning, I loved her because I felt so bad for her. Margo was stuck in a situation created by her birth. There was nothing she could do to change it. She was a child who deserved more from life. Margo just didn't have any positive support until she became friends with Judah. He made her want things to be better. I loved seeing that change in her. As she grew older and horrible things began to happen around her, Margo changed again. Her new-found confidence created a person who felt the need to take justice into her own hands. That Margo freaked me out. The more Margo took on her role of punisher, the darker the story became -- and it was already pretty dang dark to begin with.
I never saw the twists and turns coming in Marrow. There were moments where I was disgusted. There were moments when I was sad. There were moments when I was completely confused. When I got to the end, all I could say was,
What the heck did I just read?
I'm still not sure of the answer to that. My mind has been messed with in ways only Tarryn Fisher can accomplish. Once again, she's written a beautifully disturbing tale. Marrow will suck you in, torment you and leave you thinking about it for weeks after you're done. If you're a fan of dark storytelling, this one is for you.
Great book. I couldn't put it down. This is my first of Tarryn Fisher, but it won't be my last.