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DOWNLOAD Salt A Novel ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì [Reading] ➿ Salt A Novel Author Isabel Zuber – Helpyouantib.co.uk Anna Stockton was a bright imaginative child exulting in a rare freedom in the mountains of North Carolina who grew into a young woman possessed of romantic yearnings and a great love of books Hungeri Anna Ove of books Hungering to make a new kind of life for herself she marries John Bayley a man twice widowed and begins a Salt A Kindle family amid a difficult and fiery union Set i. One of my favorite times in history one of my favorite places Appalachia in the late 1800's early 1900's Beautifully painted with words Not much to say Just read it Loved it

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N the fictional hamlet of Faith North Carolina Salt weaves together the lives of Anna's family and friends in a remarkably moving novel of exultation and despair of grief and ghost. Because I live near where this story book place I picked up this book hoping to like it better than I did I was somewhat disappointed I felt nothing for any of the characters other than perhaps Roland who finds letters to his mother as the book begins By the time I finished the book I'd totally forgotten this and had to go back and reread it The story was just OK so without well rounded characters it felt sort of flat

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Salt A NovelAnna Stockton was a bright imaginative child exulting in a rare freedom in the mountains of North Carolina who grew into a young woman possessed of romantic yearnings and a great l. I loved it I've always been of the opinion that poets tend to write the best books and Isabel Zuber just reaffirmed that This story is absolutely riveting I was so captivated by every word every sentence Not much really happens plot wise in this book but it was still very enjoyable It tells primarily of the marriage and lives of Anna Stockton and John Bayley Isabel Zuber took great time and detail to describe this family's story while remaining historically accurate This isn't a novel to leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside It's actually uite a bitter novel I for one was very bitter towards John and how he held Anna back from her dreams I kept hoping throughout the book that she would find a way to break free from John and his oppressive nature I suppose she did that through sending her children to school and instilling a greater love of learning in them However even though Anna didn't find her happy ending she uickly grew to be my favorite character out of the book Her story was empowering in a way I also really enjoyed the rustic feel of this novel It's set in the South mostly on various farms and there is a feel of that slow laid back Southern lifestyle On a side note the uotesverses about salt also kept the novel interesting and I thought that was a fresh uniue idea Also even though this is a work of fiction it is a very believable storyOverall my favorite part about this book was Isabel Zuber's writing style Her poetic nature really shined through and lent the story a beautiful structure