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The Snow Child: Eowyn Ivey

First, as a full disclaimer, I don’t usually go out of my way to read books in this genre, so bear that in mind as we delve. 531 more words


Update on the JKWP (just keep walking project)

This is where I sit and drink my coffee.

Yeah, it’s day 303 of walking. We can do this. 

its exciting to be in the last bit. 63 more words

[Book] The Snow Child

“I don’t know why, precisely. I believe we were in need of a change. We needed to do things for ourselves. Does that make any sense?

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Andrea Reads America: Alaska

I have to tell you, I was really excited when I realized my reading tour of the US would take me to Alaska in winter. I love cozying up with icy books when it is cold outside – I… 1,627 more words

The authors’ original words do their work more justice than any book review I write, and when grouped together, the quotes become atmospheric of the state they are set in.
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It was November, and I was afraid

“November was here, and it frightened her because she knew what it brought – cold upon the valley like a coming death, glacial wind through the cracks between the cabin logs.” – Eowyn Ivey, … 1,210 more words


A Review: The Snow Child

Goodreads review:  2 out of 5 stars

In The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey, Jack and Mabel are homesteaders in 1920’s Alaska.  They are an older couple unable have children of their own, and they are drifting apart. 217 more words