Gypsy Bones

Where the Great Plains begin, at the border of Minnesota and North Dakota, three families struggle with the land and with one another over generations Distance and silence cut into their minds and hearts, knife on bone Some hide from their suffering, some run, some turn to violence and greed Into this wound comes the mongrel child Hannah, who opens herself to the remaWhere the Great Plains begin, at the border of Minnesota and North Dakota, three families struggle with the land and with one another over generations Distance and silence cut into their minds and hearts, knife on bone Some hide from their suffering, some run, some turn to violence and greed Into this wound comes the mongrel child Hannah, who opens herself to the remains of her people In search of healing, she makes the hero s journey to the core of their affliction and back.
Gypsy Bones Where the Great Plains begin at the border of Minnesota and North Dakota three families struggle with the land and with one another over generations Distance and silence cut into their minds and hea

  • Title: Gypsy Bones
  • Author: Christin Lore Weber
  • ISBN: B005FY0X58
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Gypsy Bones”

    1. It's my own book---how can I help but love it? I worked for years to bring it into the world. This is a project I've believed in. It's a story I have loved, with characters that I grew to know over many years. It is the first of my novels to come completely from my imagination. In other words, its characters and plot don't in any way come from people or situations I've known from my own living. The themes, though, I have known. The silences of many midwestern men, I have known. The way life can [...]

    2. A Memorable TaleChristian Lore Weber skillfully weaves threads of women's wisdom and mysticism into this fine tapestry of story. Any woman who has struggled to find herself, or labored to regain lost pieces of self, or has discovered darker facets of self in her shadow would probably enjoy this book very much. Ms Weber's moulding of multidimensional characters, and her ability to breathe life into familiar geography, enhance the story. Even though one might find the book one they do not want to [...]

    3. The beauty of the writing is surpassed only by the power of the story itself. The plains of North Dakota and the plains of the soul merge in this fine novel about the women of four families who farm and live on the edge of their own darkness.

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