6 edition of Born but Not Buried found in the catalog.
November 20, 2006
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||85|
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out of 5 stars Born But Not Buried. Reviewed in the United States on July 5, This was a very heartwarming and nostalgic story about growing up in the hills of West Virginia in the 50's; it was easy reading and it left me wanting to hear more - I hope there is another book forthcoming!5/5(1). This is my first book by this author, D.M.
Pulley. This was a very good read. I will definitely read this one again. This book kept me on the edge of my seat. This book was an adventure, and I couldn't put it down. I will tell you, that this book is adult reading, it is not a feel good, coming of age story, but it has a good ending/5(K).
I've gotten about halfway, and may finish just for kicks and giggles, but within the first 10% of the book, Wolynn draws a wholly unscientific and even anecdotally-sketchy conclusion regarding the accidental death of the uncle of one of his patients-- an uncle who passed before the patient was born, making it impossible for that "trauma" to /5.
Pissed off cause I have decide a while back not to read a book of a series that is not done. I am very forgetful so when book 3 comes out and it has been a year or more, it means I have to re read book 1 and 2.
I checked and on amazon I noticed book 1 and 2 were out and book /5. Born to Run is not a flawless book, however. Despite the short chapters, breezy intimacy and earthy writing, this book is like an early cut of a 70’s Bruce Springsteen song—a tad repetitive, a smidgeon bloated.
A few chapters in the second half of the book could have been axed, especially in the last third of the book. If the person who died did not purchase or choose a cemetery plot, consider where he or she would have liked to have been buried. While many people want to be buried in the place they lived, others prefer to be buried in the place they grew up, or in the place they were born.
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