Never Back Down

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  • Title: Never Back Down
  • Author: Ernest Hebert
  • ISBN: 9781567924329
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] Never Back Down | by ↠ Ernest Hebert - Never Back Down, Never Back Down In this Ernest Hebert s most autobiographical novel to date Jack Landry haunted by dreams of a tragedy that occurred centuries before he was born is introduced as a promising high school baseball

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Comments Never Back Down

  1. I really enjoyed this one when I started it I liked the clean style and the New England nostalgia cum good Stephen King ambiance I was excited that it was going to be a baseball novel Then it wasn t But it was still well done It bogged down at points, but I enjoyed it mostly, and it ended well The author is a writing teacher, and this felt a little like a Novel 101 But that s still not easy to do, and in the end I enjoyed it s strengths than I was annoyed by its weaknesses.


  2. I loved this book Ernie Hebert has drawn such interesting, authentic, and touching characters, and placed them in situations both strange and familiar, that I felt that rare and elusive feeling I entered the world of these characters and their memories have become mine I absolutely loved the voice, loved the wry stoic humor, loved the relationship of the protagonist with the other characters I accepted that some scenes which might have been further developed for the sake of plot were left spare, [...]


  3. Ernie Hebert s novels don t just capture New England they ve become a part of it Jodi Picoult One of New England s best writers Yankee Magazine He writes with a grace, precision, and humor that makes one feel he will do for the hinterlands what John Updike did for the suburbs New York Times