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War Creek Summary ¾ 108 á ✫ [PDF] ✑ War Creek By Susan Marsh ✸ – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk When ostracized daughter Agnes Clayton now middle aged and alone returns to the wilds of the Northwest after a life in various western cities she is determined to make moving her father out of their f When ostracized daughter Agnes Clayton now Proves difficult at best and extracting him from his fiercely beloved ranger station seems impossible Over the course of a long summer she becomes entangled with opposing forces in the isolated rural community in the Cascade Mountains Agnes hopes to answer uestions from her past and find not only closure but red. It took me awhile to warm up to this one and in too many ways it was a downer emotionally Too much loss too much baggage If it were not for the hopeful ending and the beauty she describes of the North Cascades wilderness I probably would've given it only three stars

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Emption War Creek exposes the dark secrets that lurk in every family Set in stunningly harsh yet beautiful wilderness the novel bridges past and present to reveal the hidden truths Agnes so desperately seeks Susan Marsh’s debut novel poignantly explores family dynamics riddled with guilt grudges and half truth. I read this for book club and it was a mixed bag The author who was herself in the forest service writes wonderfully and descriptively about the Cascades and about nature in general Plotting and characters however are not her forte

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War CreekWhen ostracized daughter Agnes Clayton now middle aged and alone returns to the wilds of the Northwest after a life in various western cities she is determined to make moving her father out of their family home in War Creek as uick and painless as possible Reconnecting with her estranged father a retired ranger. With richly drawn scenes and thoughtful well crafted prose Susan Marsh has created a striking backdrop to a complex family story Wounded Agnes Clayton returns home when her elderly curmudgeon of a father must leave his home and work post of many years the War Creek Ranger Station in Washington’s beautiful North Cascades As Agnes struggles to make peace with her father and her troubled past she uncovers long buried family secrets and finds unexpected love in a kindred spirit The plot is as complex as real life; some issues never resolve But Agnes forges on through conflict and tragedy as nature friends and wildlife help her heal from past and present hurts I was hooked all the way to the last sentence which shocked me with its simplicity and perfection As a reader who delights in wild nature I loved Susan’s vivid descriptions of geography and weather but I loved this story of friendship love and the difficult family relationships we cut our teeth on