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Owl: the Winter's Son (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 30 lug 2006

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Very Good First Novel 6 agosto 2006
Di Gloria Stone - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
A wonderful new writer arrives on the scene with a novel that will linger in your conciousness long after you finish the book. I loved it!! Mystery, murder, and even a roundabout comment on social mores. This writer has a very promising future. He has an easy narrative style that is somewhat reminiscent of Steinbeck but the content brings to mind Stephen King.
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Superb 30 marzo 2007
Di M. Petersen - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
A real spine tingler. His written words put you on the edge of your seat wanting to get to each new page. A story and characters that you will not soon forget. Excellent writing by a new author-with many works to come I hope.
very entertaining 24 luglio 2009
Di Babygirl25661 - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
Set deep in the hills of West Virginia in a fictitious town called Mole Creek. The story revolves around a man named Theodore Wixson. As a child Theo was in a tragic house fire that took the lives of his father and 2 siblings and left him horribly disfigured. After his momma's death years later, Theo kept to himself, never leaving his house unless he needed something from town. Theo was known as "the boogie man" by all in the community, but all he really ever wanted was to just be normal and fit in. No one wanted anything to do with him until one day when little Molly Longely came knocking at his door to sell ornaments for school. That day when Molly had the courage to give him a chance was the best day of his life. For the first time in his life he was actually enjoying being alive...Theo thought that maybe things were starting to change and they did. Only not for the good. That day started a downhill spiral that would change the town forever!!
Written in Appalachian dialect, the lanuage makes it more original and adds drama. It was a fairly short read but stuffed with action and suspense flowing rather smoothly throughout. My only complaint was that i didnt want it to end. With an unusual narrator and realistic story, "OWL" is a definite must read!!
Chillingly Brilliant 15 febbraio 2007
Di Joseph D. Runyon - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I too was immediatly drawn into this story. By the end of the first couple of pages you are anxious to find out how this dark tale will unfold. I got the book this morning and 8 hours later i was sitting on my couch in awe and amazement as to what i had just read. For me it was as if i were seeing these events play out not just looking at words on a page. I thoroughly and truly was engulfed in this tale from the holler.
AWESOME!!! 4 gennaio 2010
Di Emma R. Gibson - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I loved this book from start to finish. The story is deep and filled with real human emotion not a bunch of fluff. I thought about the story and it's characters for days after reading. Highly recommend it you won't be disappointed.