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Winter's Bone Review

Author: Daniel Woodrell. 

Publisher: Sceptre.

Published: 2006.

Rating: 9/10. 272 more words


Winter's Bone ****(Out of 4)

Consensus: “Winter’s Bone” is a power house drama with a break out performance from Jennifer Lawrence.

Winter's Bone

Review: The Levelling (Hope Dickson Leach, 2016)

The phrase “quietly devastating” can be a tad overused in the realm of film criticism, but it’s all too appropriate when a modestly scaled film, one largely dealing with a tragedy with unsentimental honesty, manages to hit you like a ton of bricks with even the smallest moment of uplift. 22 more words


#829 Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell

Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell

Ree Dolly lives up in the Ozark mountains. Everyone is related to everyone else and no one is a particularly good person. 706 more words


Blood Connections

A conversation with Daniel Woodrell (Winter’s Bone, Tomato Red, The Maid’s Version), upon the release of his 2011 story collection The Outlaw Album.



Winter's Bone by Daniel Woodrell


This book has been on my to-be-read-someday list for years, so I was glad to finally be able to take a crack at it, but I wish I had read it sooner. 612 more words

What I'm Reading Now

Changed things up by reading on the top of the fridge today! Right now I’m working through Breaking van Gogh, which I received through a Goodreads Giveaway,  129 more words