Leaving Blythe River

Leaving Blythe River

Book - 2016
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Seventeen-year-old Ethan Underwood is totally unprepared to search for his father in the Blythe River National Wilderness. Not only is he small, scrawny, and skittish but hes barely speaking to the man after a traumatic betrayal. Yet when his father vanishes from their remote cabin and rangers abandon the rescue mission, suddenly its up to Ethan to keep looking. Angry or not, hes his fathers only hope.
Publisher: Seattle : Lake Union Publishing, [2016]
ISBN: 9781503934467
Branch Call Number: Fiction Hyde
Characteristics: 314 pages ; 21 cm


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Aug 21, 2016

I always enjoy Catherine Ryan Hyde's stories. They are a nice balance of complex relationships, adventure, and self-discovery told in a down home, straight forward, simple way. Even though reading her writing feels like curling up in your favorite chair with a cup of tea talking to an old friend, sometimes I tire of all her characters speaking in the same reasoning voice. I like the voice, but wish for some diversity of tone. I do recommend this book.


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