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Rated: 13+ · Review · Environment · #2217249
Review for Rising Stars Book Club April 2020
Review: My immediate thought when I first commenced WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING, a selection of the Rising Stars Book Club at Writing. Com, was to remember BASTARD OUT OF CAROLINA by Dorothy Allison, a novel also notable for the power of its Setting. Indeed, in both novels Setting is a character in itself, and this is overpoweringly true of WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING, which opens and closes and is rife throughout with the importance of Setting. Ar times, I felt as if character were unimportant, as Setting carried the day in every instance. I think this is a novel of which Thoreau would be proud.
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