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River Whispers Libro EPUB, PDF

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  • Título Original: River Whispers
  • Autor del libro: Glynn Marsh Alam
  • ISBN: 978-0970504951
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:220
  • Realese fecha:2005-02-23
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  • Tamaño de Archivo: 14.0 Mb
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River Whispers por Glynn Marsh Alam Libro PDF, EPUB

Sometimes we find truth in stories made up for children. And sometimes it takes a death to make us see life clearly. In this deft and moving novel, Maebelle Pope, a long-time city dweller, returns to the north Florida country where she was raised to keep a promise to her beloved grandmother by scattering her ashes along the river she loved, and along which Maebelle was rais Sometimes we find truth in stories made up for children. And sometimes it takes a death to make us see life clearly. In this deft and moving novel, Maebelle Pope, a long-time city dweller, returns to the north Florida country where she was raised to keep a promise to her beloved grandmother by scattering her ashes along the river she loved, and along which Maebelle was raised. River Whispers chronicles her solitary canoe journey through the wilderness, during which she finds companionship, falls into mortal danger, and recalls a long-forgotten violent death. The tall tales of river life she heard as a child come back to haunt her as she slowly recognizes the awful truth of her grandmother's life. She comes to see her own life differently in the dappled light along the river-the dark side of both her long-ago childhood and her future. Her story lays open the beauty and the violence of life along the river, as well as the hidden strength of the women who make their homes there. Are we ever really free of the past, of our families and their secrets, or do they wait for us, just beneath the dark waters of barely-remembered stories? Maebelle and her grandmother are a different breed of Southern women: strong and independent, for sure, but also able to live life entirely on their own terms and exact their own justice, apart from society's rules and protections.