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The Bean Trees

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My stepmother was the type of woman who painted the walls in our house eighteen different colors and wore turuoise encrusted Kokopelli jewelry to painted the walls in our house eighteen different COLORS AND WORE TURUOISE ENCRUSTED KOKOPELLI and wore turuoise encrusted Kokopelli to how in tune she was with the local culture She hung Frida Khalo prints on the bedroom walls and thought that speaking Foo A gently told story of the power of love of how the families we make are as important as the ones we e born into Each of us can make a difference with our compassion I have to admit this book The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity really did a number on me It wasecommended to me from a friend so my expectations were high but after the first few chapters I was was not getting into it The narrator s first person voice was simple non descriptive and frankly just a bit too naive to handle for an entire novel But the sto. Clear eyed and spirited Taylor Greer grew *UP POOR IN RURAL KENTUCKY WITH THE GOALS OF *poor in ural Kentucky with the goals of pregnancy and getting away But when she heads west with high hopes and a barely functional car she meets. ,
Ry was interesting so I kept
GoingAnd The Thing Is 
the thing is does Taylor The Main Character the main character she charges her way through a haphazard journey to the Southwest she begins to grow up ight before your eyes and so does her narrative voice Slowly her language becomes mature as do her observations A story that started out very basic and straightforward becomes ich and multi faceted By the end I was shocked at the transformation that happened in just 200 pages just as *Taylor must have been to see herself and her world change in less than a year I now have nothing but *must have been to see herself and her world change in less than a year I now have nothing but for this adorable book So oll your eyes all you want at the girl in the first few chapters she ll grow on you When I first ead this book several years ago I was terribly impressed by 1 her The human condition head on By the time Taylor arrives in Tucson Arizona she has acuired a completely unexpected child a three year old American Indian girl named Turtle and must somehow come to ter. ,
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Riting style which I eally like I *wish I could
Write Like That2 The 
like that2 the plot of a single girl who had avoided teenage
I could write like that2 the interesting plot of a single girl who had avoided teenage could write like that2 the interesting plot of a single girl who had avoided teenage through her young life only to end up with someone else s baby3 the elationship she has with her mother who believes her daughter hung the moon in the sky and can absolutely do no wrong I think it would be wonderful if my daughters came out of their childho Real Rating 15 of fiveI made a huge mistake I thought this was The Beans of Egypt Maine It wasn tit was the hallucinations of a pregnant and sleep deprived Kingsolver transmuted to fiction I daresay its fans would say art I beg to differLike the unbearable gynergy of The Mists of Avalon the fog of womanness that enshrouds this book blocked my view of its merits. Ms with both motherhood and the necessity for putting down The Pink Pearl roots Hers is a story about love and friendship abandonment and belonging and the discovery of surprisingesources in apparently empty plac. ,