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review The Good Thief Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB E says he is Journeying through a New England of whaling towns and meadowed farmlands Ren is introduced to a vibrant world of hardscrabble adventure filled with outrageous scam artists grave robbers and petty thieves If he stays Ren becomes one of them If he goes he’s lost once again As Ren begins to find clues to his hidden parentage he comes to suspect that Benjamin not only holds the key to his future but to his past as we. I can not believe that this book was even published let alone that it won an award that gained the author ten grand I think it may be the worst book I have ever readThe writing was sophomoric if that advanced There was no character development there was no logic and there was no context to the ridiculous and absurd story There is nothing in this tale that makes any sense whatsoeverThe author has failed to create anything realistic in this story She offers details that might give the reader a clue about the time period the story is set but together they don t offer any insight to the date the events unfold There is a wedding band inscribed with the year 1831 there is a copy of The Deerslayer which was published in 1841 there are many references to soldiers Were they fighting the civil war If so this story takes place in the 1860s but the only reference to the war is mentioning the soldiers The author also places a street lamp on the road which would have happened after 1879Period and politics always shape the way people think and their attitudes But the author fails to show the reader either of these There is no explanation of why church goers would be so overly eager to give their hard earned money to a maimed child in the street I didn t find anything in this story that made any sense I kept reading thinking it might take a turn for the better at some point I kept wondering how Elizabeth Gilbert Janet Maslin and Ron Charles could say the wonderful things they said on the cover of this book I m still wondering how they could sing the praises of this book with a straight face but I m beginning to suspect why they did it Though Janet Maslin s uote with touches of Harry Potterish whimsy has to be the most bogus of them allI like dark and I am happy to enjoy well written stories where bodies are dug up from graves where horrible things happen to people where some of the characters are rotten manipulating selfish cheating liars All of those sound like fine ingredients to a potentially wonderful story in my opinion This however was just horrid it went from bad to worse with the author failing to make any logical progression in this absurd story It s difficult to really describe the awfulness of this book without giving some specific details I m going to have to offer some examples so if you don t want to have any of the many surprises spoiled for you this is where you should stop readingS P O I L E R A L E R TThis is where I get specific about the horrors of this novelI made note of many things that just didn t make any sense in this story It was almost as if the author wasn t able to create a plausible or logical explanation for events and so instead she made up things that were completely absurd Starting with the story that Benjamin tells father John at St Anthony s Why tell a story at all There isn t any need for the far fetched tale he could have just said that he wanted the boy as a companion Then they tell Mr Bowers the dentist that Ren has a tooth ache and let him look in his mouth why made no sense and was unnecessaryRen trying to kiss the horse as they are leaving the sheep shearing field Benjamin tells Ren to kiss him instead of the horseBenjamin tells Ren don t let me down but the author has failed to show the reader any type of relationship between the two characters or any reason why Ren wouldn t want to let him downTom and Benjamin send Ren off to deal with the corrupt doctor at the hospital alone There is a big production about how the delivery of bodies will be handled and the doctor gives Ren the keys to all the gates Yet we later learn that there is a handy dandy chute for depositing dead bodies and no key is reuiredOn their first trip to dig up bodies they are able to dig up four corpses in one night all supposedly fresh and oh by the way one of them just happens to be alive after all and is wearing a purple velvet suit Benjamin Tom and Ren take this man back to their place of lodging and keep him there He discloses to Ren that he is a murderer and then he goes downstairs and imprisons the landlady in a crate Benjamin comes to her aid with another absurd story and the landlady beats them all out the door with a broom And that takes you to about the half way point in the story Pretty bad and it doesn t get any betterOverall a waste of time and money not to mention the trees that were sacrificed for this horrid novel The Goodbye Girl Vocal Selections robbers and petty thieves If he stays Ren becomes one of them If he goes he’s lost once again As Ren begins to find clues to his hidden parentage he comes to suspect that Benjamin not only holds the key to his future but to his past as we. 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to suspect why they did it Though Janet Maslin s uote with touches of Harry Potterish whimsy has to be the most bogus of them allI like dark and I am happy to enjoy well written stories where bodies are dug up from graves where horrible things happen to people where some of the characters are Airliners in Flight A Gallery of Air To Air Photography rotten manipulating selfish cheating liars All of those sound like fine ingredients to a potentially wonderful story in my opinion This however was just horrid it went from bad to worse with the author failing to make any logical progression in this absurd story It s difficult to Striving Towards Being The Letters of Thomas Merton and Czeslaw Milosz really describe the awfulness of this book without giving some specific details I m going to have to offer some examples so if you don t want to have any of the many surprises spoiled for you this is where you should stop Anglo Saxon Paganism readingS P O I L E R A L E R TThis is where I get specific about the horrors of this novelI made note of many things that just didn t make any sense in this story It was almost as if the author wasn t able to create a plausible or logical explanation for events and so instead she made up things that were completely absurd Starting with the story that Benjamin tells father John at St Anthony s Why tell a story at all There isn t any need for the far fetched tale he could have just said that he wanted the boy as a companion Then they tell Mr Bowers the dentist that Ren has a tooth ache and let him look in his mouth why made no sense and was unnecessaryRen trying to kiss the horse as they are leaving the sheep shearing field Benjamin tells Ren to kiss him instead of the horseBenjamin tells Ren don t let me down but the author has failed to show the The Ghostly Lover reader any type of Cuckold Diaper Slave relationship between the two characters or any Lynyrd Skynyrd I'll Never Forget You reason why Ren wouldn t want to let him downTom and Benjamin send Ren off to deal with the corrupt doctor at the hospital alone There is a big production about how the delivery of bodies will be handled and the doctor gives Ren the keys to all the gates Yet we later learn that there is a handy dandy chute for depositing dead bodies and no key is Boys of Summer Volume 1 reuiredOn their first trip to dig up bodies they are able to dig up four corpses in one night all supposedly fresh and oh by the way one of them just happens to be alive after all and is wearing a purple velvet suit Benjamin Tom and Ren take this man back to their place of lodging and keep him there He discloses to Ren that he is a murderer and then he goes downstairs and imprisons the landlady in a crate Benjamin comes to her aid with another absurd story and the landlady beats them all out the door with a broom And that takes you to about the half way point in the story Pretty bad and it doesn t get any betterOverall a waste of time and money not to mention the trees that were sacrificed for this horrid novel

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review The Good Thief Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB S abandoned as an infant at Saint Anthony’s Orphanage for boys He longs for a family to call his own and is terrified of the day he will be sent alone into the worldBut then a young man named Benjamin Nab appears claiming to be Ren’s long lost brother and his convincing tale of how Ren lost his hand and his parents persuades the monks at the orphanage to release the boy and to give Ren some hope But is Benjamin really who h. A recent piece in the New York Times asked whether adult women could ever read like girls fully immersed draped over any convenient surface oblivious to the outside world glued to the book in hand This is a book that made me read like a girl I haven t enjoyed a book so fully since I was about 12


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    Download [The Good Thief] ✓ Hannah Tinti Definitely a young adult novel although not billed as such This is like a cross between a Charles Dickens hard luck tale and a Stephen King creepfest There's a chunk in the middle where it dwells too long on the grave robbing antics but otherwise it's uite entertaining Worth reading just for the weird characters There's

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  • Audio CD
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  • The Good Thief
  • Hannah Tinti
  • English
  • 03 October 2020
  • 9781423385301