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Set in the Mississippi Delta in 1930, Nora Clayton's story is about love, hate and redemption, told with humor and built around a young spirited woman her determined to better herself despite her background. Seldom Seen is a house named by her siblings. Just after moving there, it takes on an impiety and quicky becomes a sinister character in the story. Defenseless againstSet in the Mississippi Delta in 1930, Nora Clayton's story is about love, hate and redemption, told with humor and built around a young spirited woman her determined to better herself despite her background. Seldom Seen is a house named by her siblings. Just after moving there, it takes on an impiety and quicky becomes a sinister character in the story. Defenseless against a brutal father, Nora soon discovers that he has murdered a Bible salesman. Convinced that hell is rooted in the house, she leaves in hopes of finding a better life, one that will enable her to become the woman she was born to be....

Title : the road to hell is seldom seen
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ISBN : 12414606
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 186 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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the road to hell is seldom seen Reviews

  • John Messeder jr
    2018-10-07 16:29

    In 267 pages, Cappy Hall Rearick has captured a segment of society little exposed to daylight. It's the summer of 1930, middle of the Great Depression, in a region that didn't have much to start with. Nora Clayton is one of five siblings born to a Mississippi sharecropper and his Choctaw wife. At the tale’s opening, the family has moved to a new home Nora’s sister Pearl calls Seldom Seen, at the end of a road to nowhere.Rearick portrays the Clayton family with easily-to-read detail and adherence to local dialects that draws in the reader in. Some of the scenes make you want to turn your head away, but you can’t. Like a modern Interstate crash site, Daddy is a bully, especially when he is drunk, which is most of the time, the pickup truck speeding down the wrong lane on a two-lane road. You want to find a detour around the terribleness, but the nearer you get to the crash site the more you know Nora and her family can't have survived the wreck, and the more you want to see that they have. At any rate, you cannot stop looking.And shouldn’t.“The Road to Hell is Seldom Seen” is available from Powell’s Books (www.powells.com) and other book sellers.