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    review Winter's Bone EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Winter's Bone) È Daniel Woodrell In this crime thriller set in the Ozarks 16 year old Ree Dolly goes on a manhunt to locate her meth cooking father dead or alive She needs to find him because he put their house up for collateral with the bailbond

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Winter's Bone) È Daniel Woodrell Daniel Woodrell ç 8 free download I grew up in a rural area with no shortage of poor rednecks so I thought I knew about country poverty but the people I knew with their decayed farm houses and trailers lived like Donald Trump compared to the backwoods clan of hill folk in this bookRee Dolly is a 16 year old girl who dropped out of high school to take care of her crazy mother and two younger brothers She lives in a remote part of the Ozarks whe

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    Daniel Woodrell ç 8 free download EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Winter's Bone) È Daniel Woodrell Posted at Shelf Inflicted This short novel has many things I enjoy in dark fiction – uirky dysfunctional characters a determined heroine struggling to survive and keep her family together a bleak setting a sense of hopelessness peo

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Winter's Bone) È Daniel Woodrell Daniel Woodrell ç 8 free download Gets so close to a fourth star it can smell the new paint job In fact the plot is totally 5 star – the motivations and machinations of all the characters make complete sense and are a real heartbreaker The main character 16 year old Ree Dolly is great In the movie which I came across all of 4 years ago she’s played by none other than J

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Winter's Bone summary é 8 The sheriff's deputy at the front door brings hard news to Ree Dolly Her father has skipped bail on charges that he ran a crystal meth lab and the Dollys will lose their house if he doesn't show up for his next court dateRee's father has disappeared before The Dolly clan has worked the shadowy side of the law for generations and arrests and attempts to avoid them are part of. Reading this book made me realize how FRIGGIN SHELTERED my life has been To me Winter s Bone reads just like a nightmarish dystopia To millions of people apparently it s life Ree Dolly is incredibly tough and hardened by life much than you d expect from a sixteen year old girl She could be beat with a garden rake and never cry and had proved that twice before Mamaw saw an unsmiling angel pointing from the treetops at dusk and uit the bottle She would never cry where her tears might be seen and counted against her Unlike other lauded tough heroines in the recent literature her toughness is not in the leave me the hell alone variety of Lisbeth Salander or grumpy variety of Katniss Everdeen Ree is tough in the true survivor way She has no other choice she is the oldest child in the Ozarks bred n buttered family of a crystal meth cook father and a mentally unstable near catatonic mother with nobody else to care for her two younger brothers And now she is this close to losing the only thing they own their home to the bail bondsman unless Ree can somehow prove that her allegedly bail jumping father is dead And that s not an easy thing to do when the world would rather have you shut up and not ask uestions Whatever are we to do about you baby girl Huh Kill me I guess That idea has been said already Got ny other ones Help me Ain t nobody said that idea yet have they But this short novel is not as much about Ree s uest to figure out what happened to her missing father she and the reader already have a good idea what happened to Jessup Dolly as it is about showing a fascinating albeit harrowing picture of the cruel backwards meth ruled world of the Ozarks Ree Dolly lives in a hostile harsh and unforgiving world that follows no law but its own She is surrounded by distant kin members that make up the majority of this rural mountain community But very soon she learns that blood ties do not always mean much that there uite a few matters about which her neighbors and relatives would much rather remain tight lipped And they will not hesitate to do whatever they feel is necessary to silence the uncomfortable uestions even if they come from a teenage girl Ree is kind smart independent competent spirited and resourceful However there is little future for her in this world besides meth cooking or marry as reuired by pregnancy Ree has been harboring a dream of joining the Army where you got to travel with a gun and they made everybody help keep things clean where she finally for the first time ever can have only her own concerns to tote But we all know as does Ree that she has too much heart to do so even if it means sacrificing her dreams for the sake of others who are her responsibilityFor men in Ree s world there seem to be two options meth and prison For women it s even less There is obedience loveless marriages violence and hard work The men came to mind as mostly idle between nights of running wild or time in the pen cooking moon and gathering around the spout with ears chewed fingers chopped arms shot away and no apologies grunted ever The women came to mind bigger closer with their lonely eyes and homely yellow teeth mouths clamped against smiles working in the hot fields from can to can t hands tattered rough as dry cobs lips cracked all winter a white dress for marrying a black dress for burying The only thing that being a woman earns for you is that you probably won t be beaten half dead and bloody by a man unless he is your man as Ree s little brother notes But it s little consolation given that the women Ree meets do not lack viciousness Misogyny is everywhere and is viewed as a normal part of life Nobody has much in this world and women least of all And if you are half dead from a beating and your uncle is about to raise mayhem you of course will be the one to blame Love and hate hold hands always so it made natural sense that they d get confused by upset married folk in the wee hours once in a while and a nosebleed or bruised breast might result But it just seemed proof that a great foulness was afoot in the world when a no strings roll in the hay with a stranger led to chipped teeth or cigarette burns on the wrist I found it scarily disturbing that Ree has naturally absorbed and internalized the laws of this bleak harsh place When we meet her she has an unusually strong moral compass and stubbornness to a boot but I wonder how long it s going to be before she cracks and submits to the ways of her surroundings After all she is also very lonely with her mother pretty much checked out of this world and her best friend trapped in a marriage with no love but a little baby and Ree misses her so very very much In Ree s heart there was room for Any evening spent with Gail was like one of the yearning stories from her sleep was happening awake Sharing the small simple parts of life with someone who stood tall in her feelings I hope she finds a way out I hope she finds a way to keep her awesome self intact I hope she succeeds in raising her brothers the way she wants to and not the way the society expects them to be She is definitely strong enough for that and I hope her spine is indeed made of steel She will need it to survive Wonderful book with one of the best female characters I have seen in a while It s rather bleak but at the same time has undertones of hope rooted in Ree s stubborn refusal to give up 45 stars and feeling thankful that I live where I live because I sure as hell would NOT be able to survive in Ree Dolly s world I ain t leavin you boys Why do you think that We heard you once talkin bout the army and places we wouldn t be Are you wantin to leave us Naw I d get lost without the weight of you two on my back

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Winter's Bone summary é 8 Life in Rathlin Valley But the house is all they have and Ree's father would never forfeit it to the bond company unless something awful happened With two young brothers depending on her and a mother who's entered a kind of second childhood Ree knows she has to bring her father back dead or alive or else see her family turned out into the unforgiving coldSixteen year old Ree. The movie is not without charm but doesn t come close to capturing the full scope of the novel s bleak beauty Family dynamics an integral piece of the story seem only hinted at on film The movie s stark frost bitten setting is represented only by bare branches and ski caps In the book you actually feel the wind chill and every degree below freezing Most shockingly the movie doesn t feature a single fluff of snowThen there s the prose No movie in the world can capture the perfection of Woodrell s writing The words breathe life into hick characters far better than any Oscar winning performance We experience their thoughts their desires their unexpected prowess over language and internal articulation that are hidden subtextually in dialogue It s practically Shakespearean how expertly Woodrell portrays low class characters with high class depth They are significantly deeper than backwoods hillbillies who cook crank but you wouldn t know that from the movie When you look at this story visually there s only flat stereotype It s the heart underneath that makes it come aliveFinally I ll also praise Woodrell s brevity At a mere 200 pages he delivers page turning thrills with chiseled priorities He characterizes his cast just enough so they leap off the page he describes setting just enough so you feel you re there No no less The surrounding mystery is introduced early and effectively carries the plot to its impeccable climax I haven t read by Woodrell to know if he s consistently this good but even so Winter s Bone truly catches lightning in a bottle

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Winter's Bone summary é 8 Who has grown up in the harsh poverty of the Ozarks learns uickly that asking uestions of the rough Dolly clan can be a fatal mistake She perseveres past obstacles of every kind and finally confronts the top figures in the family's hierarchyAlong the way to a shocking revelation Ree discovers unexpected depths in herself and in a family network that protects its own at any co. Posted at Shelf Inflicted This short novel has many things I enjoy in dark fiction uirky dysfunctional characters a determined heroine struggling to survive and keep her family together a bleak setting a sense of hopelessness people who pay the price for their bad choices This is a uiet story that crept up on me slowly and haunted me for days afterward Actually it terrified me and made me glad I grew up in New York City Sure there were shootings muggings carjackings and stabbings You just had to watch your back constantly and try to stay out of the dangerous neighborhoods Once I was home and the six deadbolts locked I felt safe 16 year old Ree Dolly has no sense of safety Her mother is mentally ill and unable to care for her children her dad has disappeared her relatives are downright scary and meth is a major source of the family s income I have never been to the Ozarks and have no idea how accurately this story portrays the region and its inhabitants though I m sure these characters really exist somewhere What keeps me from giving a five star rating is the prose At times it felt overwritten taking me out of the story I also felt it was too brief making the characters and relationships too remote In the end I wanted than an empty hollow feeling in the pit of my stomach

  • Hardcover
  • 193
  • Winter's Bone
  • Daniel Woodrell
  • English
  • 25 December 2020
  • 9780316057554