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Mostly Dead Things One morning, Jessa Lynn Morton walks into the family taxidermy shop to find that her father has committed suicide, right there on one of the metal tables Shocked and grieving, Jessa steps up to manage the failing business, while the rest of the Morton family crumbles Her mother starts sneaking into the shop to make aggressively lewd art with the taxidermied animals Her brother Milo withdraws, struggling to function And Brynn, Milo s wife and the only person Jessa s ever been in love with walks out without a word As Jessa seeks out less than legal ways of generating income, her mother s art escalates picture a figure of her dead husband and a stuffed buffalo in an uncomfortably sexual pose and the Mortons reach a tipping point For the first time, Jessa has no choice but to learn who these people truly are, and ultimately how she fits alongside them. Best Download Mostly Dead Things author Kristen Arnett For Kindle ePUB or eBook – diclofenac16.us

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  • Hardcover
  • 354 pages
  • Mostly Dead Things
  • Kristen Arnett
  • English
  • 20 December 2018
  • 1947793306

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  1. says:

    This is one of the strangest books I ve ever read, and it was fantastic Florida can be weird, and Kristen Arnett was like, No, you THOUGHT Florida was weird, and created a wacky, gut punching gem of a book It s a reminder that famil...


  2. says:

    Phenomenal Queer Ladies Taxidermy Complex Familial Relationships A Small Town a meteor to the gut Read it, k bye.


  3. says:

    This fucked me up spectacularly I was simultaneously on the verge of tears, nauseated, and couldn t put it down What a great novel Jesus.


  4. says:

    A brilliant debut novel, funny and heart wrenching and weird I now also know wayabout taxidermy than I d ever thought I d know.


  5. says:

    Holy shit I only got to write one review of this which will be going up on NPR, and so I only got to write about a 10th of what I d like to write about this book It s everything I was hoping for and , and it is so satisfying, and so wondrously human, and so incredibly full of queer yearning, and I ...


  6. says:

    This is a book that, after reading the blurb, I really wanted to love however, I didn t It was fine It was funny at times It was strange I m good with strange, but there was something about this book that just didn t resonate with me.Partly, I think, I just didn t love the main character, Jessa, until nearly the end of the book I found her character tedious at times and I just wanted to shake her I couldn t get into the strange relationship that both her and her brother had with Brynn I This is a book that, after reading the blurb, I really wanted to love however, I ...


  7. says:

    Mostly Dead Things is both hilarious and morbid Arnett paints a vivid picture of life in Florida and familial dysfunction.


  8. says:

    I loved this book, so so much I constantly found myself slowing down my pace, trying to absorb every word, especially as I knew it was about to end This is a story that starts with a suicide and as such, is a study of grief But it s also the story of Jessa and Milo, two siblings that loved the same woman and how it s impacted their ability to love those currently around them I loved Jessa like an old friend Loved watching her dig through her life s narra...


  9. says:

    This book was visceral, weird, raw, and I could not put it down The story begins with Jessa, Milo, and their father peeling the hide back from a dead deer carcass in an attempt to expose the last fleeting moments of a creature a metaphor that will endure throughout the entirety of the novel When Jessa s father kills himself, she is forced to literally clean up the mess and peel back the hide on her family to better understand both them and herself Mostly Dead Things is a novel of grief, This book was visceral, weird, raw, and I could not put it down The story begins with Jessa, Milo, and their father peeling the hide back from a dead deer carcass in an attempt to expose the last fleeting moments of a creature a metaphor that will endure throughout the entirety of the novel When Jessa s father kills himself, she is forced to literally clean up the mess and peel back the hide on her family to better understand both them and...


  10. says:

    This is a deeply grounded and human book Grounded in people, humanity, place, mistakes, bodies I keep seeing strange and weird and this book is that but it is muchabout real mistakes and real reckonings and honestly, how a trade or daily practice can settle and sustain and mask and give order to a life I loved this book Thought of You Can Count on Me Felt extremely good to read a hyped book and find it so full of humans, mistakes, specificity To explain the plot to someone would This is a deeply grounded and human book Grounded in people, humanity, place, mistakes, bodies I keep seeing strange and weird and this book is that but it is muchabout real mistakes and real reckonings and honestly, how a trade or daily practice can settle and sustain and mask and give order to a life I loved this book Thought of You Can Count on Me Felt extremely good to read a hyped book and find it so full of humans, mistakes, specificity To explain the plot to someone would make this book sound insane, bu...

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