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  • karen

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family Epubdear book WHY ARE YOU POETRYyeah this one is all on me some wise customer had abandoned this book on one of my shelves at the store and as i was walking it over the the resort cart i read the flap and i said to myself teen fiction about charles manson from a manson girl's perspective sign me uphoweverit is not teen fiction about charles mansonit is teen poetry about charles mansonand even the most casual glance through the pages would have told me that but i got ahead of myself and that is what happened who would write poetry about charles manson teenagers and lunaticswhy why why i honestly do not know what makes people write novels in verse what is the point it just seems lazy to me because these aren't villanelles here these are justsentencesbroken up to demonstratethe fractured natureof a personality enmeshed incult dynamicsmaybeor maybe this just takes up spaceso less has toactuallybewrittenbut it is infuriating nothing is boring tha


  • Karen

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubThe dust jacket says this was loosely based on the Manson family murders but if you've read Helter Skelter or versed yourself in the grim tale of the murders as I have then you know this is nearly identical in detail to that frightening patch of sixti


  • Kate

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubAs someone who's read Helter Skelter The True Story of the Manson Murders I was interested in the idea of a YA book loosely based on the Manson family Seeing that it was written in poetry form made me pick this up thinking it would be a uick readMel has run away from home and her sexually abusive Uncle Jack and is living on the streets in Haight Ashbury when she meets Henry aka Charles Manson Henry feeds her and gives her drugs and has sex with her in his van for three days then brings Mel back to the ranch Henry and his family call home After a life where Mel has often felt adrift and alone she welcomes the idea o


  • Adriana

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubMe and this book did not get along I was intrigued because it uses the Manson murders as a basis for the story The main character Mel is one of Henry's girls Henry is Charles Manson Mel comes from a broken home where she suffered sexual abuse at the hands of her mom's boyfriend an Uncle Jack She longs for a family so naturally when Henry plucks her off of a dirty bench in San Francisco after Mel has run away from home Mel goes to him very will


  • Donna

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubPlease don't ask me why I read this book I saw it on Goodreads and it looked like it had some potential and upon opening the book I saw that it was written in episodic verse which I thought was pretty cool and I also thought that it would be a uick and easy read in which it was but all in all it is just a book Simply a book I am not sure if I hated it or if I liked it I know that I did not love it The whole repetitiveness was just mind boggling and uite annoying at times Family is set in 1969 during the Manson Murders and everyone pretty much in the entire book are hippies


  • ERIN SCHMIDT

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubSeveral years ago I went to a performance of MacBeth at my alma mater an all women's college The cast was composed entirely of women As the director noted in the program this was a deliberate choice harking back to the Celtic matriarchal tradition in which women used storytelling to pass on the culture's morals and values I imagine Family by Micol Ostow being read by a chorus of women for just such a purpose If you're younger than me you may have read a book called Out Of The Dust by Karen Hesse in school It's a novel in episodic verse a series of linked poems that tell the story of a teenager named Bill


  • Caitie

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubSo apparently this book was supposed to be about or a fictional version of the Manson family But for several reasons I just didn't care about the main character And maybe that was because she was supposed to be so lost that joining a cult made her soulless or somethingI couldn't bring myself to care about her background either


  • Ronald Keeler

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubThere are lots of reasons to read Family by Micol Ostow One of them is not to see an accurate description or retelling of the infamous Manson murders Yes there is a uotation from Manson “At my will I walk your streets and am right out there among you” location 34 After the middle of the novel the phrase “helter skelter” appears freuently There is no doubt what the basis for this “episodic verse” novel is One reason to read the story is for those unfamiliar with the form; readers can learn something new about structure The structure of this story is a combination of prose and poetry Readers will love it or hate it I found it interesting but I won’t look for books written in this formReaders might be surprised when I claim a novel of 384 pages is a fast read Usually that would be unusual The story is a uick read because of the form in which many lines may contain only two or three words I read the entire novel in four hours while on a moving bus going to a beach f


  • Dayna Smith

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubThis is work of historical fiction in verse It is a re telling of the story of the Manson family and the murders they committed in California in 1969 The book follows an abused teenage runaway who flees to San Francisco and is picked up Henry Henry introduces her to his family living at an old ranch where Westerns used to be filmed He manipulates everyone in the family and eventually sends four of them out to kill to spread his message The story loosely follows the real version with some changes that will be obvi


  • Beth

    Family Epub ì Kindle Edition family download, Family EpubOh my I am still trying to catch my breath Normally I would find a novel written in proseverse offputting and annoying But this works It works like a sledgehammer The names have been changed but this is about the Manson Family murders Anyone with even a cursory knowledge of the people involved will recognize who Shelly Leila Junior and Henry really are The narrator Mel would most likely be Linda Kasabian but she seems to be fictional than the rest We get a glimpse into her abuse and why she found a family in these people The description of the murders literally took my breath away The prose is violent consuming overwhelming It's hard to describe but this form had of an impact on me than clinical distant descriptions It was a glimpse of a chaotic damaged mind and group This is disturbing and not for the faint hearted But it blew me away


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