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Our favorite moments from In Memory of the Girl in Green

"She came into my life and changed me."
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  • "She came into my life and changed me."
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  • Norah falls ill.
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  • "I disappeared again into the space between them."

"The strong, folksy-yet-quick-witted main character drew me in,
and then the story she unraveled kept me hooked."

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About the Creator

Eric Scott Fischl is the author of the speculative historical novels Dr. Potter's Medicine Show, The Trials of Solomon Parker, and In Memory of the Girl in Green. He lives in Montana's Bitterroot mountains.

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loved this! fun and macabre. Narrator is amazing!

I will definitely read this author more. The story was a winding mysterious path that I was sad and delighted to reach the end of.

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very well written and acted out

Wow! What a twist!
This is a very well written book. The story is thoughtful and detailed and its easy to lose yourself in this world- though it can be a bit longwinded in places. But, that just flows in with how the story would go if seen and explained by the characters within.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The VA was absolutely perfect! A great read and listen.

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Wow, what an ending

Mr. Fischl is a really good writer of dark fiction and the characterizations are wonderful. I felt the book dragged a bit in places for an audio book, but the story sets up your expectations and then is full of twists and turns at the finish. A good read.

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An entertaining read!

This book drew me in from the start and didn’t let go. The character development is excellent and the Canavan’s home quickly felt as familiar as an old memory. Donnelly does a lovely job bringing these complex characters and places to life.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking for an entertaining read that keeps you engaged from beginning to end.

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  • 10-01-19

Sucked me In & Held Me Captive

The strong, folksy-yet-quick-witted main character drew me in and then the story she unraveled kept me hooked. Norah is nobody's fool, but she let slide just the right number of subtle hints at something dark and possibly supernatural to keep me curious - and, I admit, a little spooked. I love it when an author's twists truly surprise me and this one sure did. In fact, I found myself a little miffed.

I have read Fischl's other novels and he did not disappoint this time with his ability to bring a reader/listener into the time and place of the characters in his stories. I fell behind on my other listening, because I couldn't let this rest.

Terry Donnelly really brought Norah to life for me.

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Inticing

Extremely well done! Couldn't stop listening! Sucks you right in. Reader was incredible! Makes you feel that you are right there with the characters.

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Narration is almost everything!

What a quirky little story - I could never guess how it would wrap up and end! Terry Donnelly's narration is the best I've ever heard - brilliant! You won't be sorry - purchase this book immediately!

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Excellent read!

Very interesting characters. An intricate story, very well written and very well read. I recommend.

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The narration of this unusual tale was so beautifully done, that the voice alone carried the weight of it. Throughout, I marveled at how much more the words in the sound of her voice mattered. I imagined reading the book rather than hearing it, and knew I wouldn’t do justice to the lovely phrasing.
I’m so glad I listened to this book.
The author kept me guessing all the way through; extraordinary story.

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Somewhere along the way, the story changed

Somewhere along the way, the story changed from a historically accurate tale of compelling characters--good and evil--surviving and even thriving in a difficult landscape into a weirdly supernatural and misogynistic horror/fantasy tale. It is not as if the writer lost control of the novel. The prose is strong and in retrospect, the ending makes strange and otherworldly sense, but it is that shift that keeps bugging me. Did I just miss something? The book is not magical enough to be magic realism, but it isn't realism, either, nor does it strike me as particularly postmodern. I don't usually care about categories. I think I am just trying to get a grip on the novel.

The reader was fine, the prose enjoyable, but I just keep wondering why I am so disappointed.

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Gripping and beautifully told story

Love this book. As someone who was born and grew up in Ireland, I'm hugely impressed by the obvious depth of research into our history and culture, and the beautiful way in which it was woven into this enthralling book.

It's a fantastic read, and I would very much like to have a physical copy to re-read and keep on my shelf.