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❮Read❯ ➯ The Gin Closet Author Leslie Jamison – Wildlives.co AS A YOUNG WOMAN Tilly flees home for the hollow underworld of Nevada looking for pure souls and finding nothing but bad habits One day after Tilly has spent nearly thirty years without a family drink❮Read❯ ➯ The Gin Closet Author Leslie Jamison – Wildlives.co AS A YOUNG WOMAN Tilly flees home for the hollow underworld of Nevada looking for pure souls and finding nothing but bad habits One day after Til.

Ly has spent nearly thirty years without a family drink AS A YOUNG WOMAN Tilly flees home for the hollow underworld of Nevada looking for pure souls and finding nothing but bad habits One day after Tilly has spent nearly thirty year.

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  1. Rachel Rachel says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleDepressing I don't mind it's the melodrama I'm not okay with Also the language that SEEMS precise but turns out not to be For example We got hot dogs from a vendor on the green and ate them with our fingers But how else do you eat a hot dog? And


  2. Oriana Oriana says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleI am an extreme Leslie Jamison fan The Empathy Exams is easily one of my top 10 modern essay collections and I found The Recovering shivery good raw and


  3. Benjamin Benjamin says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleThree things this novel does that I wish contemporary novels didRenders the way people stammer at each other Juxtaposes of families and lovers being awkward and conflict avoidant with each other with super dramatic sex and death scenesMakes me like the characters best when they're messing other people's shit up for no rational reason and messing up their own livesOtherwise it's hard to quantify what makes it so good except that each sentence is beautifully written and each character feels whole and painfully real


  4. Nora Nora says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleI was completely thrilled altered and overtaken by The Gin Closet which I had the great luck of reviewing this past J


  5. Kathy Bermudaonion Kathy Bermudaonion says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleWhen Stella goes to visit her Grandmother Lucy for Christmas she finds her on the kitchen floor where she’d fallen earlier in the day As Stella was helping her up Lucy says “I need Matilda” Stella has never heard of anyone named Matilda and asks her brother if he knows who Matilda isSeeing that her grandmother needs help Stella decides to spend every other night with her helping to take care of her While she’s taking care of her grandmother Stella discovers that Matilda is her mother’s sister and is curious as to why she’s never


  6. Edan Edan says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleThis manages to be a beautifully written novel that's also a very fast read I enjoyed devouring the story of twenty something Stella and her alcoholic aunt Tilly The narrative switches between both characters and I loved each narrator's distinct voice I also really liked the various settings New York City Connecticut Arizona San Francisco So many lovely and rich and true details This is a dark tale about self destruction and the limits of intimacy There's a lot of good and sickening writing about misusing one's own body for the oblivion of inebriation for the welcome lightheadedness and attention that comes from not eating for the brief distraction of sex that temporary relief of not being aloneAt times the book felt a little angsty I can't think of a better word for my tas


  7. Joanne Joanne says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleThis is one of the bleakest stories I've read in a long time There isn't a single character who isn't living in intense pain Tilly's life is so sad that it was hard to read about it especially when you know there are Tillys everywhere There is no redemption for her in the end Abe and Stella are lurching through their lives unsettled unhappy and making questionable choices It is hard to imagine where they will go from hereHonestly what a downer of a novel


  8. Suzanne Suzanne says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleI could not wait to be done with this book and kept hoping something interesting or unexpected would happen The author writes details and descriptions seemingly because she learned that in a writing workshop somewhere They are meaningless and choppy resulting in flat characters plotted out on a predictable story line I would not r


  9. RH Walters RH Walters says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet KindleMuch tender flesh is abused in this novel through aging alcoholism eating disorders sex with unlikable people everyday violence and it eventually became too painful for me to continue


  10. Sasha Martinez Sasha Martinez says:

    The Gin Closet PDF ↠ The Gin eBook µ closet ebok, The Gin mobile, The Gin Closet Kindle1 It begins slowly It takes its time Reading the blurb all giddy it’s like you submerge yourself in a tubful of water and extending the metaphor the actual exposition is when you surface all slow mo That’s how reading this novel is like Is that a bad thing? No Why? Let me explain Jamison allows the Rudolph family to solidify before our eyes By not immediately plunging us into the drama of that “fragile triangle” the actual family dynamics—before meeting Tilly how the family had changed upon her leaving thirty years ago—are better explored better established Did I wish things were speeded up a little? No not really One of the things I admired about this novel was that it was for lack of a less trite phrase calmly violent It was leashing in all that angst and pain making every scene charged making every character interaction brim with meaning Which is an odd observation I know for a family wrecked by estrangement and


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