e-Book Good Children download

e-Book Good Children download

by Kate Wilhelm

ISBN: 078380167X
ISBN13: 978-0783801674
Language: English
Publisher: G K Hall & Co; Large Print Edition edition (June 1, 1998)
Pages: 299
Subategory: Literature

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Rating: 4.6
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Kate Wilhelm, a master of psychological fiction in America, delivers a legal thriller in which Barbara Holloway takes on. This is Kate Wilhelm's second original hardcover title for Mira Books

Kate Wilhelm, a master of psychological fiction in America, delivers a legal thriller in which Barbara Holloway takes on the devil himself in her toughest case ye. hen Barbara Holloway agrees to represent Maggie Folsum, she assumes it will be a case of s. The Good Children. This is Kate Wilhelm's second original hardcover title for Mira Books. Desperate Measures (Mira Books, 6/02) achieved a fantastic NSR of 67%- Widely regarded as one of today's best writers, Kate is the bestselling author of over 40 novels, including le. Again, Dangerous Visions.

The Good Children book. The characters development was among the best I’ve read. A superb story of death, love and deception. The flow of the story was exceptional and there wasn’t a lull in any point of the book and though The Good Children was a work of fiction, somehow it felt like the work of personal experience.

The Good Children MP3 CD – Audiobook, Unabridged. Calling Kate Wilhelm a born storyteller is like calling Frank Sinatra a born singer: it's necessary but not sufficient to explain the genius that lies just behind the apparent facility. by. Kate Wilhelm (Author). Whether Wilhelm is writing her prizewinning science fiction, her best-of-the-bunch legal thrillers (such as 1997's Malice Prepense, which became For the Defense in paperback), or an emotionally charged psychological thriller such as The Good Children, Wilhelm instantly brings her characters to life and roots them in a landscape both familiar and formidable.

Hugo Award (best related book) and Locus Award (best nonfiction), both . Infinity Box Press, Wilhelm's publishing company. Kate Wilhelm at Library of Congress Authorities - with 58 catalog records

Hugo Award (best related book) and Locus Award (best nonfiction), both 2006, Storyteller: Writing Lessons and More from 27 Years of the Clarion Writers' Workshop (Small Beer Press, 2005; ISBN 0-7394-5613-X). Children of the Wind (1989) – contains "Children of the Wind", "The Gorgon Field" (1986 Nebula Award nominee, Best Novella), "A Brother to Dragons, A Companion of Owls", "The Blue Ladies", and "The Girl Who Fell into the Sky". Kate Wilhelm at Library of Congress Authorities - with 58 catalog records. Guide to the Kate Wilhelm Papers at the University of Oregon.

It started with a promise, a pact. It became a secret that no one must tell'that their parents were dead and gone, including the one they'd buried in the backyard. PNow the McNair children are growing older, discovering love, college, and careers. But their lie haunts them. Their home holds them captive. Only the horrifying truth of their mother's death can set the children free. And only the truth can destroy them all. Contact: nm45807l.

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After the McNairs settle for good into their new, large home in Oregon, tragedy strikes, and the family, especially the four children, learns just how far it will go into a world of lies, murder, and insanity to stay together.

4 5 Author: Kate Wilhelm Narrator: Carrington MacDuffie. Download books offline, listen to several books continuously, choose stories for your kids, or try out a book that you didn't thought you would like to listen to. The best book experience you'd ever had. It started with a promise, a pact. It became a secret that no one must tell: that their parents were dead and gone, including the one they'd buried in the backyard. Now the McNair children are growing older, discovering love, college, and careers.

General FictionLarge Print Edition*A Literary Guild SelectionA superb story of death, love and deception. starred, Library JournalA wrenching masterpiece about love, loyalty, and lies that will lodge itself in readers psyches long after theyve finished the last, stunning chapter. starred, BooklistWhen they move to a new home in Oregon, the McNair family know theyre where they belong. But when tragedy strikes the family, the children face the prospect of being separated by the state. Rather than being sent to different foster homes, the four children decide to lie. And its a big lie. The sort of deceit that can hold a family together or tear it apart . . .
I had read and enjoyed several of Kate Wilhelm's excellent science fiction stories before I picked up "The Good Children," a novel that is not science-fiction. I won't attempt to summarize the plot of this book, because that would destroy the reader's anticipation of what lies around the next corner. Let's just say that this is the story of a highly unusual family, with the focus on the four children and the staggering problems that are unexpectedly thrust on them. I found it impossible to predict the outcome of any of the page-turner crises. This first-rate novel is an easy, fast, and thoroughly engrossing read.

Absolutely marvelous--couldn't put it down.

of all her books this is the best. kate wilhelm has a series with a father and daughter legal team but this is not one of them. when the ending came i was so surprised but wonderfully so.

Read it as a teenager and enjoyed it, re-read it as an adult and loved it even more. One of the few books that stuck out from my younger years.

Was totally unexpected story line but love how it was but together. Great book!

I bought this book because of all the stellar reviews, but sorry to say I was a little disappointed. The whole first half of the book could be found right on the back cover, that's not a 5 star rating. The author really failed to develop the heroin's love interest, and some other touched upon ideas. Don't get me wrong it wasn't a bad book, it was average, and at times perhaps juvenile.

Four young children and their parents buy their first home. Then daddy dies but leaves a trust. Mommy dies and the 4 children are forced to hide this fact so they won't go to foster care. They live on the trust and later the two oldest move away/attend college and things unwind. The oldest children are greedy/weak and one wants to sell the house and the other weakly agrees. They stage a mock mommy leaving plan and nothing changes except a part time care taker is hired by the estate to look after the 2 youngest children (one is 16) and when ready they can sell the house. The two oldest have drifted away and really don't care about the youngest 2 and are only worried a bit about mommy's body being discovered in the back yard if the house is sold. The youngest says he will tell what happened to mommy if they sell and later he is committed to a mental ward. This book is an emotional roller coaster. All's well that ends well even if this family essentially breaks up because new people are added to the youngest two children's lives who do care deeply what happens to them and the house and their mommy secret is safe. The only suggestion to this book would be to come outright and say which of the 2 boys was telling the truth about what really killed mommy.

After spending their whole live on the move, the McNair family has finally settled down in an Oregon cabin and life is good--until both parents die. Afraid of being split apart in foster care, the four McNair children try to hold their family together themselves, but they are haunted by the memory of their mother. The Good Children has an intriguing, if cliché, premise, and it's easy to consume, but the writing is unremarkable and the book is entirely immemorable. There's no harm in reading it but don't go out of your way. Not recommended.

The premise of a family of orphaned children opens the door to guilty-pleasure tropes: us against the world, the desert island paradise. The Good Children delves immediately into both, and the children's struggles to remain safely isolated and rebuild their family create an interesting narrative. They run into enough difficulties to keep the reader engaged, and there's enough sentimentality--at least at the beginning--to make the story seem meaningful. Wilhelm is not a gifted or artistic writer (in this book, at least), but she is experienced; her prose moves swiftly and the book is a quick, simple read.

Unfortunately, while premise is interesting and the prose moves swiftly, neither is particularly good. Wilhelm never takes her premise to an extreme, and so it never becomes realistically difficult or, like other examples of similar premises (such as Flowers in the Attic), enjoyable enough to be a guilty pleasure. The characters become increasingly distant and unsympathetic, and the emotional appeal of the novel all but disappears. The bland prose convey the story well enough, but it's entirely unremarkable; the book reads so quickly that it feels insubstantial. The mother's lingering presence is an interesting twist, but it's never fully developed. All told, the premise is interesting and the story is readable, but The Good Children is unremarkable and forgettable. It's not bad for a weekend of mindless reading, but don't go out of your way to get it. There are more interesting and more worthwhile books out there.

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