|Fancy pantsy jodhpurs!|
|Chifferobe: attached mini closet and dresseh|
George, her husband, didn't come across as powerful as his wife. I think what he had going for him was some compassion. Something Serena completely and utterly lacked. Unfortunately that compassion got his can kicked in the end.
The best part for me was the very end of the book. Many times Rash shared George's slight obsession with the physical similarities of him as a child and the child he fathered with Rachel. As I read the last few pages all I could think was that had to be his son. It had to and he had come back for that wicked witch of lumber yard!!!! No names were used, but it all made sense. Maybe I am wrong, but I love that it was left to me to figure out.
I would definitely recommend this book, not just for its story, but the history of our early lumberjacks and what their lives were like. It was incredibly dangerous and men were dying left and right.
The film comes out this year and I am looking forward to it considering Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper are the leads. Now as much as I love them, I will admit that the few set pics I have seen make me a little wary. jennifer looks all dolled up and at no point in the book was she that glamorous. I saw her more like Iggy from Fried Green Tomatoes. I hope I'm not disappointed. I get frustrated when a book strays significantly from content. And with that, I would like to add, I don't think audiences will be disappointed with the acting from our actors.
|Love you Jennifer, but I still don't see Serena wearing make up.|
|Ok, a bit more believable.|