[EBOOK/EPUB] (Galveston)

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • Galveston
  • Paul Quarrington
  • English
  • 11 March 2020
  • 9780679312383

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Galveston Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free From one of Canada’s beloved fiction writers comes a tale of love and loss guilt and forgiveness and finding redemption in the eye of a hurricaneFew people seek out the tiny Caribbean island of Dampier Cay Visitors usually wash up there by accident rather than by design But this weekend three people will fly to the island deliberately They are not coming for a tan or fun in the sun They are coming because Dampier Cay is where it is and they have reason to. Had the characters been Middle School children it might have made sense to me The storm made sense I was rooting for the hurricane and felt it took too long for it to make land fall

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Galveston Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free F the Water’s Edge Hotel “Bonefish” Maywell Hope who arrived at Dampier by the purest accident of all the accident of birth A descendent of the pirates who sailed the Caribbean hundreds of years ago Hope believes if he works hard enough he can prevent the inevitable Until that is the seas begin to rise Cinematic and harrowing spiced with uarrington’s trademark humour Galveston shows just how far people will go to feel alive From the Hardcover edition. A uick read about a variety of characters converging on an island for a massive hurricane The story takes you through the broken lives of several characters and culminates in a frenzy of action not unlike the hurricane that is raging I still have some unanswered uestions about the story but overall it was a simple story about people how they get to be the people they are and what they are looking for in life

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Galveston Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Believe that they might encounter something there that most people take great measures to avoid a hurricaneA lottery windfall and a few hours of selfishness have robbed Caldwell of all that was precious to him while Beverly haunted by tragedy and screwed by fate since birth has given up on life Also on the flight is Jimmy Newton a professional storm chaser and videographer who will do anything for the perfect shot Waiting for them at Dampier is the manager o. I picked up this strange book purely because of the title I ve never read any other books by this prolific author The book is hard to describe The plot centers around a few people who with different degrees of intentionality find themselves on a small island during a major hurricane Three weather weenies wanted to be where the storm was two vacationers landed there by accident and three residents of the island basically live there Plus the mostly dropped sideline of two property owners who came to look after their property during the stormThe description of the storm and the reverence for the energy of weather was compelling None of the characters was particularly lovable with the possible exception of the pirate descended Maywell but I was absorbed by their stories And a few of the sarcastic observations of the book were both darkly comic and wonderful in the land of the damned there is no nap time Unfortunately the resolution didn t uite work for me and I found myself wishing for hope or optimism or something for the charactersThe writing was compelling enough that I d be interested to read other books by this author but I m not sure I ll be rushing to recommend this one Men in White Suits never read any other books by this prolific author The book is hard to describe The plot centers around a few people who with different degrees of intentionality find themselves on a small island during a major hurricane Three weather weenies wanted to be where the storm was two vacationers landed there by accident and three residents of the island basically live there Plus the mostly dropped sideline of two property owners who came to look after their property during the stormThe description of the storm and the reverence for the energy of weather was compelling None of the characters was particularly lovable with the possible exception of the pirate descended Maywell but I was absorbed by their stories And a few of the sarcastic observations of the book were both darkly comic and wonderful in the land of the damned there is Dune no Tehanu nap time Unfortunately the resolution didn t uite work for me and I found myself wishing for hope or optimism or something for the charactersThe writing was compelling enough that I d be interested to read other books by this author but I m A Tradition of Victory not sure I ll be rushing to recommend this one