Waiting on Wednesday: All the Winters After

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All the Winters After


Written by: Seré Prince Halverson
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Release Date: February 16th, 2016 
Genres: Fiction, Family story
Pages: 370
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Summary

Alaska doesn't forgive mistakes.
That's what Kachemak Winkel's mother used to tell him. A lot of mistakes were made that awful day twenty years ago, when she died in a plane crash with Kache's father and brother - and Kache still feels responsible.
He fled Alaska for good, but now his aunt Snag insists on his return. She admits she couldn't bring herself to check on his family's house in the woods -not even once since he's been gone. 
Kache is sure the cabin has decayed into a pile of logs, but he finds smoke rising from the chimney and a mysterious Russian woman hiding from her own troubled past. Nadia has kept the house exactly the same -a haunting museum of life before the crash. And she's stayed there, afraid and utterly isolated, for ten years. 


Way i am waiting.... 



I love a good hunting Family story, and this book sounds like it has two character stories that could fit into that. 
I also love a book that takes about the beauty of an area -Alaska in this case- and always want to read it. 
I also don't think that i ever read a book that takes place in Alaska. I could be wrong. I am horrible in remembering where books take place since that is in most cases not really important to the story. The few books i did read that made clear the place it takes place in is just as important as the story itself, did not take place in Alaska. So i am excited for that. 

And also the Cover. I have to say i love the cover. It is hunting and beautiful and has so much promise for a story that can go in all directions, but promises to be something that is majestic and dangerous and just overall filled with lonely characters. Or maybe just have a huge imagination when it comes to book covers. 

Either way, i can't wait to read this book. And experience a piece of Alaska and a story about a hunted man and a Russian woman. 

Comments

  1. This looks great! I also love stories about Alaska so will definitely be adding this one to my TBR. thank you for sharing!

    WOW 

    Nat

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    1. Happy to give a hopefully good recommendation for someone else :)
      thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment :)

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