Winter's Bone

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This is a fiercely original tale of love, heartbreak and resilience in the lonely wastes of the American Midwest. The last time Ree saw her father, he didn't bring food or money but promised he'd be back soon with a paper sack of cash and a truckload of delights. Since he left, she's had to look after her mother - sedated and losing her looks - and her two younger brothers. Ree hopes the boys won't turn out like the others in the Ozark mountains - hard and mean before they've learnt to shave. One cold winter's day, Ree ...

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Wnewton48

Oct 4, 2012

Incredibly moving and powerful

An incredibly moving and powerful book about a community and extended family in the grips of poverty and the meth trade. Set in the Ozarks, the book portrays a daughter with more strength and love for family than you would think possible. A beautiful and powerful book.

Malach

Jul 9, 2010

Buying my second copy

Having just moved to the Ozarks, I found this book invaluable in understanding the cultural underpinnings of our new home. The story is riveting; the characters unforgettable.

I saw the movie yesterday and, while it was nearly true to the novel, there were omissions that undermined the movie's potential strength. Woodrell is an amazing author who lived the life of which he writes.

pudgy

Apr 13, 2007

red neck noir!

this woodrell novel continues his constant search for poverty ridden drug addled redemption

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