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Red at the Bone Read & Download Æ 104 ↠ ➵ [Read] ➱ Red at the Bone By Jacqueline Woodson ➿ – Moving forward and backward in time Jacueline Woodson's taut and powerful new novel uncovers the role that history and community have played in the experiences decisions and relationships of these faIc of Prince she wears a special custom made dress But the event Red at MOBI #10003 is not without poignancy Sixteen years earlier that very dress was measured and sewn for a different wearer Melody's mother for her own ceremony a celebration that ultimately never took placeUnfurling the history of Melody's parents and grandparents to show how they all arrived at this moment Woodson considers not just their ambitions and successes but also th. I loved it Loved everything about this book The gorgeous prose The way in just a relatively few pages Woodsen managed to flesh out her characters making them autentic people The themes explored Themes of mother daughter relationships teenage pregnant ambition fatherhood and sexual identity The many different emotions she manages to provoke emotions that changed as the story progressed How young people make decisions about their lives things that will affect them in the future not realizing what that entails So many issues are covered yet done so well that it never felt crowded Life and death lives lived Some give up for love some are not able to give enough I loved it because it felt authentic realSomething about memory It takes you back to where you were and just lets you be there for a whileA much better read for my reading buddies Angela Lise and myselfARC from Netgalley and Riverhead books

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Moving forward and backward in time Jacueline Woodson's taut and powerful new novel uncovers the role that history and community have played in the experiences decisions and relationships of these families and in the life of the new childAs the book opens in it is the evening of sixteen year old Melody's coming of age ceremony in her grandparents' Brooklyn brownstone Watched lovingly by her relatives and friends making her entrance to the mus. Finally my soul landed on a poignant beautifully written emotional heart warming story When this year’s fiction books suffer from lack of creativity and mostly published by commercial success it is normal to fall everything under your expectations I loved “Nickel Boys” “Woman is no Man” “Ask Again Yes” so much but lately I haven’t found any gem as marvelous as them till I read this book and now I’m happy to announce this is one of the best fictions of this year Probably it will compete for best fiction books at Goodread Choices So I gave my shiny beautiful family bounds full of unforgettable characters starsWell I didn’t reuest this book from NetGalley I couldn’t risk get rejection or see my reuest at the pending purgatory till it moves to archive cemetery This is the best decision to buy it have it and love itThis time none of the characters earned my slap show but me because I pissed off myself for not reading any of the other books of this author Yes boo and shout at me “shame” as I perform my walk of atonement like Cersei Lannister Coming of age ceremony is an important traditional celebration and sixteen year old Melody climbs down the stair and takes part in this memorable tradition as their parents and grandparents watch her eyes filled in tears flashing moments before their eyes belonged to their past livesMelody wears her mother’s dress that she never had a chance to wear because of her pregnancy adjusted and sewn for her size The story starts her big step for jumping into the adulthoodWe move back and forth with different timelines to catch other main characters’ stories including Melody’s grandfather Sammy Po’boy and grandmother Sabe they were my favorite couple and I really got jealous about their perfect love story and the heartbreaking story of her father Aubrey and Her mother Iris about two people met so young brought a baby to the world wanted so many different things from life and couldn’t have a healthy lifelong relationship Aubrey created his secluded and happy place with a job gave him enough to make ends meet his beautiful daughter’s smile and his unconditional vivid love for Iris But Iris wanted to discover the outer world She was also a child when she became mother Aubrey’s mother changed her life view She made her demand and asking for She went to college had a secret girlfriend mentioned her daughter as her sister But when the truth came out she went back to Brooklyn when her parents daughter and father of her child lived and face her conseuences about her choices This book is about self discovery racism family bound hunger poorness life choices facing your real emotions It starts with the first step of Melody and ends with her next biggest step in her life Poignant uniue extraordinaryTruly loved itCelebrating it with my happy dance and a good bottle of Merlot Yes my husband forgot his glasses and brought this as a white wine AGAIN I’m so lazy to go to liuor store so that’s fine Spitting sound Oh no This is cherry juice Yikes Husband dearest already jumped from the window to save himself from my punishment Should I call 911 Nope he’ll be fine he’s like a cat he has seven lives I had bad luck with drinks but totally best luck with the book and I enjoyed it so muchbloginstagramfacebooktwitter

Summary Red at the Bone

Red at the BoneE costs the tolls they've paid for striving to overcome expectations and escape the pull of history As it explores sexual desire and identity ambition gentrification education class and status and the life altering facts of parenthood Red at the Bone most strikingly looks at the ways in which young people must so often make long lasting decisions about their lives even before they have begun to figure out who they are and what they want to be. This story is raw with emotion A child who is turning 16 and having a coming of age party evokes the memories of her from her mom when she had her at 16 her dad just a kid himself grandma who raised her as her own daughter and grandpa who loved her to deathThey all do but it’s their stories around this child growing up and how she changed their lives foreverThe themes of racism education teenage pregnancy The costs each of them endured during the course of their livesAll these memories arrive at this single moment in timeBeautifully written and emotionally captivatingThis one is sure to tug at the heart strings 5⭐️