Let the willows weep
"Birddog Harlin is at the heart of an increasingly fractured and dysfunctional family. Adored by her eldest brother and father, and facing constant tough love and disapproval from her mother, as Birddog grows from a girl to a woman shéll navigate the struggles and indignations of daily life in poor, rural America. Still, while her hardscrabble life promises limited prospects, it is punctuated by moments of connection, kindness, and even love. Focused on patterns of behavior that echo down generations, the grit required to keep moving forward, and the drive to rise beyond onés circumstances, this heartbreaking novel shines a light on the push and pull of family, and the simple human desire for wider horizons." --
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