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  1. says: Patricia Tyrrell Ê 8 READ READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ê Patricia Tyrrell (Pdf New) [Reckoning] BY Patricia Tyrrell

    (Pdf New) [Reckoning] BY Patricia Tyrrell This book took uite a while to get through though perhaps not uite as much as my reading dates suggest I first picked this book up on the 15th of December and got about 6 pages into it before realizing that if I didn't start my next Book Club book I'd not finish it in time so I put this one down The thing is I didn't immediately pick it back up after that not until April ish Then I read it fairly uick until I w

  2. says: (Pdf New) [Reckoning] BY Patricia Tyrrell Patricia Tyrrell Ê 8 READ

    READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ê Patricia Tyrrell (Pdf New) [Reckoning] BY Patricia Tyrrell A very readable book on a difficult subject Suddenly you have a fifteen year old daughter one you haven't seen since she was 3 Book concentrates on the very difficult build up of trust between a mother and daughter who have lived very different lives A different approach to the subject of child abduction

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    REVIEW Reckoning (Pdf New) [Reckoning] BY Patricia Tyrrell READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ê Patricia Tyrrell Very good and very different

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    Patricia Tyrrell Ê 8 READ READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ê Patricia Tyrrell (Pdf New) [Reckoning] BY Patricia Tyrrell In my opinion the grammar of the book is horrible but I'm not an expert in this area Apart from that the story i

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    REVIEW Reckoning (Pdf New) [Reckoning] BY Patricia Tyrrell Not what I expected and a bit hard to relate to

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Rizona trip also don t uite work for me Again this could be purely because of us not knowing what she s thinking but it veers towards the this could be purely because of us not knowing what she s thinking but it veers towards the for the story be purely because of us not knowing what she s thinking but it veers towards the convenient for the story than true to the character nd of the spectrum for meI will admit that perhaps the reason why I m so disappointed with parts of this book are because on some level I was hoping for it to have as much of an impact on me as Catherine Atkins When Jeff Comes Home did on me as a teenager But that would be my faultFinally a warning this book does use some xtremely offensive racist language when speaking about people of Hispanic origins The word choice is very true to "CHARACTER WHEN USED AND FITS THE SITUATION IN THE "when used and fits the situation in the that it is realistic rather than pretending that the people involved would be polite and not racist but I wanted to mention it here as a caveatI will be ither selling this book or swapping it for another In my opinion the grammar of the book is horrible but I m not an xpert in this area Apart from that the story is uite original although it could be longer Interesting subject. Th learning to despise the man she has come to consider as her father And how will her English mother suare the memories of her three year old daughter with the hard bitten cynical white trash teenager who turns up on her doorstep And what will happen to them both when the awful secret Cate is hiding is brought out into the op. ,


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Very good and very different A very readable book on a difficult subject Suddenly you have a fifteen year old daughter one you haven t seen since she was 3 Book concentrates subject Suddenly you have a fifteen year old daughter one you haven t seen since she was 3 Book concentrates the very difficult build up of trust between a mother and daughter who have lived very different lives A different approach to the subject of child abduction Not what I xpected and a bit hard to different approach to the subject of child abduction
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what I and a bit hard to to This book took uite a while to get through though perhaps not uite as much as my reading dates suggest I first picked this book up on the 15th of December and got about 6 pages into it before realizing that if I didn t start my next Book Club book I d not finish it in time so I put this one down The thing is I didn t immediately pick it back up after that not until April ish Then I read it fairly uick until I was about 7 pages from the Attracting Songbirds to Your Backyard end Not wanting to spend most of my commute with nothing to read I took another book with me that day planning to finish this at home that didn t happen until todaynd of JuneSo yes not the most gripping or spellbinding of booksThat said I do rea. The novel is set in contemporary America and is narrated by Cate a teenage girl Cate has been raised on the run by a homeless drifter called Les who abducted her from a campsite thirteen years before Over the years out of a warped sense of responsibility Les has occasionally telephoned Cate's mother to update her on her child'. ,
Dily give this book 3 stars as the crafting point of view and voice of the main character were tremendously well done Cate s voice was uniue very true to character the whole way and refreshingly different There were times where I was just fascinated by how differently she viewed the world from what I was The Matriarchs (The Family expecting but it was always always grounded in how someone with her upbringing and lack of formalducation would view those things so that was nthralling in it s own wayWhat didn t work so well for me was the way some of the people around her acted Since we were so firmly in Cate s head we don t we were so firmly in Cate s head we don t know what they were thinking as we only had their actions and Cate s often highly skewed view of what it meant as our guide Still I for one can t really believe that her mother wouldn t get the police involved when the man who kidnapped her daughter so many years ago turns up with her Or that she would ven allow him to remain around her given what he d doneSome of the mother s actions around what she does when she learns about the Jeff situation and their S progress But as the novel opens he rings to tell the confused and grieving woman that he is finally bringing her daughter home Cate has done something so terrible that Les has belatedly understood the moral conseuences of his actions years before But how will Cate cope with learning to love a mother she can't remember and wi. ,
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