Kane

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
From the emotional story of one family's struggle with rural poverty, pain and loss, the unequal power of beauty, the pits of despair and the longing to escape comes Kane, a beautifully crafted and poignantly told tale of patience and perseverance, of love and understanding and the difficulty of growing up when destitution is knocking on the door. More

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About Stephen Jennings

A native of New England and graduate of the University of Vermont, Stephen Jennings holds degrees in sociology and history. After spending most of his life in Vermont and Maine he now resides overseas where he continues to work and write on other creative, historical and archaeological projects.

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Review by: Stephanie Chioldi on Oct. 19, 2011 :
I found this to be such a great story. Very well written. Really shows the struggles of a lower middle class family and how many different factors affects their lives and relation to eachother. This books strikes up many powerful emotions as we see the family struggle to accept their life the way it is and to see the joys they do have.
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