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Tarry This Night #2020

Tarry This Night In this dystopian eerily relevant novel a civil war is brewing in America Below ground a cult led by the deluded and narcissistic Father Ernst is ensconced in an underground bunker waiting out the

  • Title: Tarry This Night
  • Author: Kristyn Dunnion
  • ISBN: 9781551527055
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tarry This Night By Kristyn Dunnion, In this dystopian, eerily relevant novel, a civil war is brewing in America Below ground, a cult led by the deluded and narcissistic Father Ernst is ensconced in an underground bunker, waiting out the conflict When The Family runs out of food, Ruth, coming of age and terrified of serving as Ernst s next wife, must choose between obeying her faith and fighting for surviIn this dystopian, eerily relevant novel, a civil war is brewing in America Below ground, a cult led by the deluded and narcissistic Father Ernst is ensconced in an underground bunker, waiting out the conflict When The Family runs out of food, Ruth, coming of age and terrified of serving as Ernst s next wife, must choose between obeying her faith and fighting for survival In this unsettling modern Lilith tale, spirited women resist their violent, racist culture and, in so doing, become outlaws.

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    1 thought on “Tarry This Night

    1. I thought this was a very interesting cult fiction with dystopian elements thrown into it The summary is quite apt there is a cult with its leader living in an underground bunker waiting out the civil unrest happening above ground, but tensions are high and they are on the brink of starvation It s the perfect setting for desperation to settle in and for something climactic to happen I really liked that the story was told from multiple perspectives it allowed us to understand the main characters [...]

    2. Civil War has divided America, and outdoors isn t always safe after groups of religious extremists carried out dirty bomb attacks all over the US and Canada Father Ernst was a leader in the movement, and shortly after the attacks he moved much of his Family into an underground bunker to keep them out of the world Since communications stopped a few years ago, he doesn t know much about the recent war that erupted after his acts of terrorism He doesn t really care.Locked in their bunker for seven [...]

    3. Lyrical and sadly beautiful A bit rushed at the end, with some threads left dangling Things tied up a little too neatly for such a raw and gritty story Also, this was listed as Teen in a few reviews, and while I wouldn t hesitate to give it to a mature reader, it s much suited to an adult audience in my opinion.

    4. This book fulfilled my reading checklist of read a book solely based on the cover art I did enjoy the story line once I dug deeper into the book, but I have to say this wasn t my favorite It was lacking too many details and seemed to just graze over what was actually happening This style theme of writing isn t what I usually gravitate towards, but I m glad to have read it.

    5. This is probably one of the most terrifying things I ve read in light of recent events, but somehow, despite the dark, serious tone of the book, my brain kept singing the theme song from The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

    6. Very well written, interesting subject content, wish they had tied the ending together for all the characters a little better.

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