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Living in the Fire Nest
Linda Nemec Foster
by Ridgeway Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||140|
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The Nest is a fast-moving train and Sweeney’s writing dares us to keep up. I couldn’t stop reading or caring about the juicy and dysfunctional Plumb family.” (Amy Poehler)/5(K). This is a great story about family, friendship, loss and survival - as well as more mundane things like schoolwork, Halloween costumes and classmates.
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In an arresting prologue to this generous, absorbing novel, Leo Plumb leaves his cousin’s wedding early, drunk and high, with one of the waitresses and has a car accident whose exact consequences are withheld for quite some time. To make his troubles go away, Leo pillages a $2 million account known as “The Nest,” left by his father Author: Cynthia D'aprix Sweeney.
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“The Nest” is a novel in the Squabbling Sibling genre. Unless such stories are told by someone of the caliber of Chekhov or Dostoyevsky, they tend to be domestic comedies padded with lucky coincidences and studded with old grudges. Living Scriptures Streaming is perfect for Sundays, Family Home Evening, anytime really.
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