Dust Leaving home and family is the hardest thing Evelyn Wilson has ever had to do But after seven years of Dust Bowl starvation it s her only chance of survival When the kindly Faye offers her room and b

  • Title: Dust
  • Author: SarahBaker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Leaving home and family is the hardest thing Evelyn Wilson has ever had to do But after seven years of Dust Bowl starvation, it s her only chance of survival When the kindly Faye offers her room and board on her struggling, but viable farm, it s just what Eve needs to get by Except for Faye s hateful brother, Liron, who threatens to make her life hell But like a lot ofLeaving home and family is the hardest thing Evelyn Wilson has ever had to do But after seven years of Dust Bowl starvation, it s her only chance of survival When the kindly Faye offers her room and board on her struggling, but viable farm, it s just what Eve needs to get by Except for Faye s hateful brother, Liron, who threatens to make her life hell But like a lot of things in Eve s life, the reason why is always just out of reach As Eve begins to see things, strange, unbelievable things, she can t help but suspect her hosts may not be who they say they are In fact, they might not even be human Liron wants nothing than to be left alone But when the red headed girl moves in with Faye s blessing, it threatens to ruin what little he s managed to carve out for himself Exiled from his own home, Liron finds he has in common with Eve than he d expected, not that changes things Hate is one of the few things he has left He ll be damned if some girl s going to take that from him, too Who s he kidding He s damned no matter what As the drought tightens its grip around the little farm, Eve and Liron are forced to make peace To survive the Dust Bowl, they ll have to come clean about who or what they are Stoking the flames of a rivalry old as time, what is revealed will make or break the future of Earth, and hurl both into the middle of a supernatural war.

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    1. Times are harder than they have ever been for the Wilson family. In fact, times hadn't fallen this desolate for the population as a whole in longer than could be remembered. The west was in the throes of a seven year drought, the side effects of which have rapidly begun to escalate from devastating to demolishing. Farms everywhere were going under. There was no way to keep the crops watered and healthy, nor was there a way to sustain the life of the livestock without the proper amount of water. [...]

    2. Reading the description of the book after having read the book, I still came away deceived by the way the book began and how it eventually ended. The Dust Bowl images were very real, the poverty palpably described, and the struggle of young Evelyn and her family quite relatable. All these were very strong points and endeared me as a reader. So when things started changing, the only thing that forecasted the change of pace for the story was the quote at the very beginning before Chapter One. In a [...]

    3. WTF??!!! That's really my best reaction to this book.First, the business: I received a free copy of this book as a part of the Shut Up and Read! Book Club here on in exchange for an honest review. Dust was a fast read, and definitely something I doubt I would have picked up without the book club, so I'm grateful to both the author and the club for the chance to expand my usual reading list.So back to the review. Two thirds of this book I actually quite liked. It was tad slow-moving, and I found [...]

    4. ( This book was giving to me for free from the Read It & Reap Program for my honest review )Well this was a little different then I first thought.For me it did start a little slow, and as I read on wards I got pulled more and more into the story and more and more into this world that Sarah Baker created. At times I found it a little confusing, but it wasn't a bad thing. I believe that books should have some confusion in them from time to time, makes it all the more fun and real. I kept think [...]

    5. This is a novel based on a daring premise; alas, this reviewer can think of nothing more to say about it that would not be a spoiler. Suffice it to say that the novel is not, as it appears to be, about the Dust Bowl; it is not about Okies in Missouri or wherever it is that they roamed.The tale is told in a fashion, however, that should be more careful. Distractions abound, transitions barely exist. Word choices are sometimes awkward, sometimes spot on. "Aging curls" of hair seems too coy or arch [...]

    6. I received this book from the author for an honest review.The book Dust was a story about Evelyn or Eve and her struggle when the world turned into the giant dust bowl. When Eve had to leave everything behind Her parents, house, her personal effect everything just to survive. The beginning to the middle of the story just drew me in. It was amazing how well that everything was portrayed. Eve's feelings and actions were very believable.I loved meeting Faye and getting to know her and the time they [...]

    7. Sarah Baker gets everything right in this suspenseful story that takes place during the Oklahoma dust storms. When Eve, the daughter of the family, strikes out on her own, she is forced to take up residence with two mysterious people, a brother and sister. The suspense increases when she tries to understand what is going on between them and deal with the hardships of an impoverished countryside. This is a thoroughly engrossing story, with a surprise ending, that will keep you turning pages until [...]

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