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Title:Tornado Weather
Format Type:eBook PDF / e-Pub
(Rating: 2 - 3 votes)
ISBN 13:9781250079572
Number of Pages:320 pages

Deborah Elaine Kennedy Tornado Weather

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Tornado Weather Iowa MFA graduate Deborah Kennedy tells the story of a five-year old girl who goes missing in a small town, a place where everyone knows something different about her disappearance and about each other, in a debut that brings to mind Everything I Never Told You.Five-year-old Daisy Gonzalezs father is always waiting for her at the bus stop. But today, he isnt. As the bus driver, Fikus, lowers her wheelchair to the ground and looks around, chaos erupts behind him as one child has an accident and the rest begin to scream. When Daisy says her house is right down the road, shell be fine, and begins to wheel herself away, Fikus lets her go. And that's the last time she is seen. Nearly everyone in town suspects or knows something different about what happened, if they could only put the pieces together. They also know a lot about each other. The immigrants who work in the dairy farm know their employers secrets. The manager of the Laundromat knows who laid a curse on the town and why. A soldier daydreaming of his hometown can see it more clearly than the people still there. And the police officer doesn't realize how much he knows. They are all connected, in ways small and profound, open and secret.By turns unsettling, dark, and wry, the powerful voices bring the towns rich fabric to life. Tornado Weather is an affecting portrait of a complex and flawed cast of characters striving to find some measure of fulfillment in their lives. Though the characters triumphs are often modest, the hope for redemption is real--and Kennedy brilliantly shows that there is nothing average about an average life.