[EBOOK FREE] (Solstice Wood) By Patricia A. McKillip

  • Hardcover
  • 278
  • Solstice Wood
  • Patricia A. McKillip
  • English
  • 13 July 2020
  • 9780441013661

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Patricia A. McKillip ¼ 0 read download ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Patricia A. McKillip characters Solstice Wood The Fiber Guild a group of local women who meet to knit embroider and sew that Sylvia learns why her grandmother watches her A primitive power exists in the forest a force the Fiber Guild seeks to bind in its stitches and weavings And Sylvia is no stranger to the woods. I loved Winter Rose maybe because it had that fairy tale language meanwhile this book occurs in the present days

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Patricia A. McKillip ¼ 0 read download ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Patricia A. McKillip characters Solstice Wood When bookstore owner Sylvia Lynn hears her grandmother's voice on the phone she knows she must finally return to her childhood home in upstate New York Her beloved grandfather has died and though she has put a country between her and the past the time has come for Sylvi. This is my second time reading this which is a seuel to Winter Rose The first time I hadn t read Winter Rose in a couple of years and so couldn t directly compare them and I felt as though Solstice Wood stood up reasonably wellThis time I read them back to back and oh dear I thought Winter Rose was much better and didn t like Solstice Wood as muchThe problem I think is the disjunct between the styles and the settings They re both first person but Winter Rose has only one narrator while Solstice Wood has five McKillip distinguishes their voices well so I never lost track of who was speaking but at the same time I never got to know any of them as well as I did Rois in Winter Rose Winter Rose feels as though it s very much not set in our world but in a fantasy world McKilli

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Patricia A. McKillip ¼ 0 read download ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Patricia A. McKillip characters Solstice Wood A to face the grandmother who raised her and the woods which so beguiled and frightened her Though Lynn Hall is nearly ramshackle Sylvia's grandmother is just as spry as ever There is no escaping her scrutiny and Sylvia has something to hide But it's not until she meets. As you can see by the star rating this book did not impress me much Which is pretty sad considering that it s the seuel to Winter Rose my favorite book for years and years It was in fact the book I read out loud to my husband when we were first married so that he could truly understand me I m not the only one who does this right I mean it s the obvious next step in a relationship after thoroughly perusing one another s bookshelves Unfortunately where Winter Rose is subtle poetic and literary Solstice Wood is well not Next time I ll skip the seuel and just read Winter Rose again instead