E–pub New [When We Were Animals] å Joshua Gaylord


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    E–pub New [When We Were Animals] å Joshua Gaylord something terrible happened i had a copy of this book in which i had folded over so many pages scenes i wanted to revisit and passages i wanted to share when it came time to write this review and then it was taken from me never to be seen again i got my hands on another copy but it is all pristine and unfolded and all the things i wanted to

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    E–pub New [When We Were Animals] å Joshua Gaylord 45 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum hearing about this book from so many people I just knew I had to experience it for myself And now that I’ve read it When We Were Animals may well be the most interesting book to hit my shelves this year I’m still finding it difficult to categorize this unconventional coming of age tale which combines elements from a variety of genres including mystery paranormal and horrorMost of the story

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    E–pub New [When We Were Animals] å Joshua Gaylord The problem with audiobooks is that you can't highlight the beautiful passages and when you're finished you can't easily go back and read and re read your favourite parts So it's a bit of a shame I listened to When We Were A

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    E–pub New [When We Were Animals] å Joshua Gaylord I'm reduced to one word descriptors Lyrical haunting sexy disturbing dark and oddly beautiful and dangerous A smart and challenging anti coming of age story that doesn't gloss over the damage we cause to ourselves and to who we love in the process of finding out who we are I like to imagine that Lumen hangs out with Shirley Jackson's Merricat Does this ualify as a review? Ah who cares Read the book

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    E–pub New [When We Were Animals] å Joshua Gaylord Joshua Gaylord ë 3 characters One of the best and most original coming of age stories I have ever read A combination of beautiful prose and horrifying situations I'll be thinking about this one for awhile

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    E–pub New [When We Were Animals] å Joshua Gaylord ‘We live our lives by measures of weeks months years but the creatures we truly are those are exposed in fractions of moments’ Lumen Fowler recounts her childhood growing up in a small town in the Midwest that is anything but ordinary Child

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    E–pub New [When We Were Animals] å Joshua Gaylord 3 12 starsOn the surface this book is a YA story that takes on a strange phenomena something the sleepy Midwestern town keeps secret

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When We Were Animals

When We Were Animals review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB When Lumen Fowler looks back on her childhood she wouldn't have guessed she would become a kind suburban wife a devoted mother In fact she never thought she would escape her small and peculiar hometown When We Were Animals is Lumen's confessional as a well behaved and over achieving teenager she fell bene. The problem with audiobooks is that you can t highlight the beautiful passages and when you re finished you can t easily go back and read and re read your favourite parts So it s a bit of a shame I listened to When We Were Animals rather than read a physical copy as I do with 98% of my books because this book is stuffed to the brim with melancholy poignant bittersweet moments And it was wonderfulI wouldn t call this one a surprise exactly because I d seen a few glowing reviews and I have a strong fondness for coming of age stories but it still wasn t uite what I thought it would be I was expecting horror werewolves violence but told in a literary way than your standard genre book but what this really is is a compelling portrait of adolescent angst with a slight supernatural spin that just heightens that already intense experienceLumen is a flawed but fascinating protagonist and because the narrator of the audiobook is obviously a woman I completely forgot that her character was written by a man She just does the good girl gone bad transformation in such a realistic and non cliche way that it s hard to believe Joshua Gaylord hasn t gone through a teenage girl s life himselfFor all of its exciting topics and unusual premise When We Were Animals is not exactly what I would call fast paced It s gothic and dark but not horror it has several twists but is by no means plot driven It s introspective and thought provoking and a perfect slow burn Blah I wanted to write and gush about this one but there are only so many adjectives I can pull out here All I can say is if any of the above appeals to you just read this You can thank me later The Song of the Mockingbird re finished you can t easily go back and Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star read and Souls in the Great Machine re Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 read your favourite parts So it s a bit of a shame I listened to When We Were Animals THE WALLPAPER CHASE rather than SpongeBob Mix Match read a physical copy as I do with 98% of my books because this book is stuffed to the brim with melancholy poignant bittersweet moments And it was wonderfulI wouldn t call this one a surprise exactly because I d seen a few glowing Rules of the Knife Fight reviews and I have a strong fondness for coming of age stories but it still wasn t uite what I thought it would be I was expecting horror werewolves violence but told in a literary way than your standard genre book but what this Know What I Saw? really is is a compelling portrait of adolescent angst with a slight supernatural spin that just heightens that already intense experienceLumen is a flawed but fascinating protagonist and because the narrator of the audiobook is obviously a woman I completely forgot that her character was written by a man She just does the good girl gone bad transformation in such a The Goodbye Girl Vocal Selections realistic and non cliche way that it s hard to believe Joshua Gaylord hasn t gone through a teenage girl s life himselfFor all of its exciting topics and unusual premise When We Were Animals is not exactly what I would call fast paced It s gothic and dark but not horror it has several twists but is by no means plot driven It s introspective and thought provoking and a perfect slow burn Blah I wanted to write and gush about this one but there are only so many adjectives I can pull out here All I can say is if any of the above appeals to you just Gunnin' For Love read this You can thank me later

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When We Were Animals review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ath the sway of her community's darkest strangest secret For one year beginning at puberty every resident breaches during the full moon On these nights adolescents run wild destroying everything in their pathBut Lumen resists She promises her father she will never breach she investigates the secrets behin. When We Were Animals is getting a lot of high praise and it s all true Every bit of itAnd then there was meThe writing in When We Were Animals is fantastic I must read all the things by Joshua Gaylord I m happy to hear Alden Bell is a pseudonym for Joshua Gaylord because I have a copy of The Reapers are the Angels and I will be tearing into that soonI was hooked by When We Were Animals right away Lumen grew up in a very strange town and I loved the alternating timelines between her childhood and the present day Somewhere in the middle though the book got stuck for me There was no shift in time no forward movement of the story so much so that I almost didn t finish reading it I imagine readers with strong skills in literary analysis will have a field day with all of the allegory present in Lumen s teenager years but I m not that reader I am glad I persevered and didn t miss out on the ending of When We Were Animals This is a special book that I won t easily forget Like I said this book is getting high praise and it is well deserved For me I just can t get past the fact that I wanted to put it down Hell in a Handbasket Devilish Debutantes #2 resident breaches during the full moon On these nights adolescents Say Your Abc With Me run wild destroying everything in their pathBut Lumen The Outcast Dead resists She promises her father she will never breach she investigates the secrets behin. When We Were Animals is getting a lot of high praise and it s all true Every bit of itAnd then there was meThe writing in When We Were Animals is fantastic I must ಅಮ್ಮಾವ್ರ ಗಂಡ read all the things by Joshua Gaylord I m happy to hear Alden Bell is a pseudonym for Joshua Gaylord because I have a copy of The Reapers are the Angels and I will be tearing into that soonI was hooked by When We Were Animals Potato Surprise A Brimstone Preuel right away Lumen grew up in a very strange town and I loved the alternating timelines between her childhood and the present day Somewhere in the middle though the book got stuck for me There was no shift in time no forward movement of the story so much so that I almost didn t finish Winning The Player reading it I imagine Hell for the Company Brimstone #1 readers with strong skills in literary analysis will have a field day with all of the allegory present in Lumen s teenager years but I m not that A Year Down Yonder reader I am glad I persevered and didn t miss out on the ending of When We Were Animals This is a special book that I won t easily forget Like I said this book is getting high praise and it is well deserved For me I just can t get past the fact that I wanted to put it down

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When We Were Animals review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB D the community's traditions and finally unearths the stories buried in her family's past As the mysteries mount we realize we may not know Lumen or Anne as she now calls herself at allA gothic coming of age tale for modern times When We Were Animals is a dark provocative journey into the American heartla. This book was a bit of a surprise It s predominantly about a young girl and her experience taking part in her small town s breaching ritual in which all the teenagers strip naked and run around the town like animals fighting for dominance and well fornicating like rabbits under the full moonThat might sound like a bit of a gimmick story but I have to say the writing was excellent and it really sold the concept to me The many references to the moon on the blurb led me to believe I was getting some kind of werewolf story but it s actually just a dark literary coming of age tale with this weird fictional ritual as a backdrop where the kids are taken over by a animalistic mind set I d really like to see literary fiction taking out of the box concepts like this one because this really worked for me and just screams originiality Definite recommendation 4 Stars The Castle Diaries realize we may not know Lumen or Anne as she now calls herself at allA gothic coming of age tale for modern times When We Were Animals is a dark provocative journey into the American heartla. This book was a bit of a surprise It s predominantly about a young girl and her experience taking part in her small town s breaching The Song of the Mockingbird ritual in which all the teenagers strip naked and Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star run around the town like animals fighting for dominance and well fornicating like Souls in the Great Machine rabbits under the full moonThat might sound like a bit of a gimmick story but I have to say the writing was excellent and it Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 really sold the concept to me The many THE WALLPAPER CHASE references to the moon on the blurb led me to believe I was getting some kind of werewolf story but it s actually just a dark literary coming of age tale with this weird fictional SpongeBob Mix Match ritual as a backdrop where the kids are taken over by a animalistic mind set I d Rules of the Knife Fight really like to see literary fiction taking out of the box concepts like this one because this Know What I Saw? really worked for me and just screams originiality Definite The Goodbye Girl Vocal Selections recommendation 4 Stars