[The Fireman's Wife A Novel] E–pub ´ Jack Riggs


The Fireman's Wife A Novel

The Fireman's Wife A Novel Review ´ 102 It’s June 1970 As the low country of South Carolina burns in a seven month drought Cassie Johnson longs for escape both from her husband Peck the town’s newly promoted fire chief who seems interested in saving everyone else’s life than in living his own and from the low coun. This book didn t excite me until the final third of the book and I wish the energy that was there at the end of the book was portrayed throughout the entirety of the book Cassie and Peck both had their own separate storylines as well as a storyline together and I found myself longing for within their shared storyline I realize that the author s intent was to have Cassie find herself and put her pieces back together but I could only stand reading Cassie s point of view towards the end To me Peck was such a loveable character and I was rooting for him throughout the book and Cassie was not a character I loved Also I wish readers would have seen Kelly s character developed as well because it was my impression that she would be a main character and in reality she felt really tossed to the side Lastly while I wanted from the storyline within this book the writing itself was amazing I felt like I was truly in NorthSouth Carolina with Peck and Cassie even though I have not yet been to either place and I truly did get the sense of what the characters were feeling

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The Fireman's Wife A Novel Review ´ 102 Begin to understand the complicated love that resides unrecognized deep in her heartFrom a masterly voice in Southern fiction The Fireman’s Wife is an emotionally bare and moving novel about one woman’s struggle to do what’s right–for her family for her love and for hersel. I had a very hard time getting into Riggs s work and found that while his characters were supposed to be both self interested and sympathetic they particualrly Cassie came across as selfish and flat Through out the setting of the scene I looked for a reason to like Cassie but just found myself wanting to be rid of herreturnThe last 100 pages of The Fireman s Wife were enjoyable than the first 200 and predictable enough that I m not sure you needed to have read the first 23 of the book to have seen them coming While it becomes easier to see the multi facted natures that would have made the characters intriguing the plot doesn t provide much in the way of surprisereturnRiggs has strung together a competent tale of a family that isn t and never can be picture perfect but it does not extend beyond that to be truly captivating or moving

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The Fireman's Wife A Novel Review ´ 102 Try marshes where Cassie has never uite felt at home But as Peck and Cassie drift apart their teenage daughter Kelly finds herself torn between her parents and her desperate need for normalcy It will take a tumultuous journey back to the North Carolina mountains before Cassie can. A so so novel I wasn t crazy about the charaters but the plot was good I would read the author again

  • Paperback
  • 352
  • The Fireman's Wife A Novel
  • Jack Riggs
  • English
  • 10 September 2020
  • 9780345480064

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    [The Fireman's Wife A Novel] E–pub ´ Jack Riggs Read & download Ù PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free à Jack Riggs I was surprised to like this book as much as I did because generally I don’t like these kinds of books see my review of Haweswater by Sarah Hall But the book deeply resonated with me in a couple of ways This book

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    [The Fireman's Wife A Novel] E–pub ´ Jack Riggs Jack Riggs à 2 Download The Fireman's Wife is a conflicted love story about two adults going through their own trials in life The novel began with heavy setting descriptions of the hot summer that took place in North Carolina June 1970 The setting did not intrigue me at first but I soon found out it was very important to the plot of the novel due to the dangers of

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    [The Fireman's Wife A Novel] E–pub ´ Jack Riggs I really enjoyed this book and really really enjoyed having Jack come to our book club meeting Hearing him talk about writing the book and his feelings for the characters was fascinatingThe sense of place Northern edge of the South Carolina low country the Strand and up into the mountains of North Carolina was very real and well researched Being a map person and somewhat knowledgeable of the areas I would have loved a map in the

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