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Survival Rates #2020

Survival Rates By Mary Clyde Survival Rates Mary Clyde s stories explore not so much what has happened already but what happens next Illness bristles through the book magnifying emotional undercurrents two teenage girls survive surgery and the
  • Title: Survival Rates
  • Author: Mary Clyde
  • ISBN: 9780393320848
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • Survival Rates By Mary Clyde Mary Clyde s stories explore not so much what has happened already but what happens next Illness bristles through the book, magnifying emotional undercurrents two teenage girls survive surgery and the prospect of never eating popcorn again the stoicism of a husband with cancer infuriates his wife Set in the desert Southwest, these stories show the influence of a landscMary Clyde s stories explore not so much what has happened already but what happens next Illness bristles through the book, magnifying emotional undercurrents two teenage girls survive surgery and the prospect of never eating popcorn again the stoicism of a husband with cancer infuriates his wife Set in the desert Southwest, these stories show the influence of a landscape populated with cat eating coyotes and car crushing boulders The characters are relative newcomers, some sharing the author s Mormon heritage But they are survivors, relying on the ironies and blessings of ongoing life.
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    1. Survival Rates by Mary Clyde is a collection of stories linked by tragedies occurring in the desert Southwest Rich in heart and characters shaped not so much by their tragedies but by their responses to them, Survival Rates relies upon the resilience love sometimes tough offers individuals in difficult situations The human condition here is built upon irony and threaded with many blessings, not the least of which is the author s wit and her ability to transform our concept of tragedy with hope.N [...]


    2. I ve been stuck on this review for the past few weeks, which is silly, because it s not like there s anything important I need to say Usually I need to justify a one star rating or explain how a three star rating isn t as bad as it looks, but two stars are two stars, and little needs to be said Basically, this collection didn t work not for me, at least and I really have no opinion of it That doesn t make it bad or anything Clyde s stories, most about Mormons dealing with illness and other probl [...]


    3. Ok collection of short stories Mostly the stories presented what seemed like a snapshot view of a character no real start or end to the story, just a glimpse at a character Alright, not great.




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