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Oral Robert Leavitt is caught up in the early days of the Korean War Award winning author Jayne Anne Phillips intertwines family secrets dreams and ghosts in a story about the love that unites us al. I read this for a book club that never ended up meeting So I SHOULD be frustrated that I read it for nothing But I am not Because if I had not been reading it for a The Isles club that never ended up meeting So I SHOULD be frustrated that I read it for nothing But I am not Because if I had not been reading it for a

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National Bestseller New York Times Notable Book Chicago Tribune Christian Science Monitor The Washington Post and Los Angeles Times Best Book of the YearLark and Termite is a rich wonderfully alive. I had to abandoned this book After about 60 pages I just couldn t keep going The poetic flow of the story was so abstract that I was left in a dreamy haze often wond Cenote couldn t keep going The poetic flow of the story was so abstract that I was left in a dreamy haze often wond

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Novel about seventeen year old Lark and her brother Termite living in West Virginia in the 1950s Their mother Lola is absent while their aunt Nonie raises them as her own and Termite’s father Corp. This is the kind of book in which I tend to completely immerse myself I was moved on so many levels Two stories run side by side a corporal trapped in a tunnel in Ko


10 thoughts on “Lark Termite

  1. says:

    4 and 12 starsAs I neared the end I found that the pace of my reading had slowed down; I didn't want the book to end; I didn't want to leave these characters or this writing Phillips writes like a dream as the expression goes I thought the chapters 'narrated' by Termite a boy who can't talk or walk especially fin

  2. says:

    I had to abandoned this book After about 60 pages I just couldn't keep going The poetic flow of the story was so abstract that I was left in

  3. says:

    this is a haunting beautiful book i wasn't sold on the plot when i read the reviews it follows the stories of a s

  4. says:

    What's going on here? Even though the reader can tell he's in the hands of a gifted novelist especially if he has

  5. says:

    This is the kind of book in which I tend to completely immerse myself I was moved on so many levels Two stories run side by side a corporal trapped in a tunnel in Korea and the story of Lark a young girl coming of age taking care of her half

  6. says:

    Not My Cup of Tea; But Recommended For SomeLet me start by saying that this is one of those times when I dislike assigning star rating

  7. says:

    This was on the library's new book shelf and had endorsement uotes from interesting contemporary authors though the Junot Diaz one gave me pause considering how I felt about the excessive hipsterness of Oscar Wao so I picked it up Ultimately the author tried to take on too much and ended up with a mediocre resultChallengin

  8. says:

    I read this for a book club that never ended up meeting So I SHOULD be frustrated that I read it for nothing But I am not Because if I had not been reading it for a book club I likely would have thrown it against a wall 30 pages in and said i give up shifting perspectives a mentally challenged youth and endless scenes in a korean tunnel who cares? but instead i powered forward thinking if i didn't finish it

  9. says:

    There are books you recommend to everybody and then there are books you share cautiously even protectively Jayne Anne Phillips's Lark and Termite is that second kind a mysterious affecting novel you'll want to talk about only with others who have fallen under its spell On the surface nothing about the West Virginia family in Lark and Termite seems especially noteworthy except perhaps the consistency of their

  10. says:

    A pretty awesome book all told There's an awful lot of beautiful writing in this book and its not merely limited to those sections that capture the POV of Termite who is sort of the Benjy or this books attempt to rewrite Sound and the Fury I

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