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Vinegar Hill
Vinegar Hill
Author: A Manette Ansay
ISBN: 1700
Edition: Unabridged
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Book Type: Audio Cassette
Other Versions: Paperback, Hardcover
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ABCatHome avatar reviewed Vinegar Hill on + 137 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 16
This book was very twisted and crazy. The characters all seem to have MAJOR issues and need counseling! LOL I didn't really care for the book that much. It also seemed to really make the Catholic religion crazy and full of crazy rules.
deedeexxoo avatar reviewed Vinegar Hill on + 10 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 10
Vinegar Hill is about emotional damage that can be inflicted in ordinary domestic life. Ansay is a powerful storyteller with lyrical beautiful prose.
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Helpful Score: 10
The writer sets a very depressing tone to this book. Great writing that can take you into the character's world, even if you really don't want to be there!
reviewed Vinegar Hill on + 9 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 9
Fabulous family drama novel! Strong, interesting characters, some suspense and great ending! I can't wait to read more from this author!
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Helpful Score: 9
One of the more interesting books Ive read lately. Unpredictable and strange at times- I couldnt put it down. Its a share with freinds book.
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reviewed Vinegar Hill on + 25 more book reviews
This book exposes the underbelly of suburban family life that most try desperately to hide. Disturbing, yet you have to turn the pages. I read it in one night.
PamelaH avatar reviewed Vinegar Hill on + 90 more book reviews
This book was disturbing to me. Family abuse just keeps on giving⦠The bravery of the main character, Ellen, made me happy though. She recognized the necessity to move elsewhere with her children and away from the continuation of abuse that family often repeats.
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I picked up this book, because usually books from the Oprah Book Club are a safe bet for a vacation read. Having no other books with me, this was torture! But then again I didn't enjoy Death of a Salesman and that is a famous story that I think is along the same lines as this dreary story. So I've listed the book here, because maybe someone can appreciate this book more than I!
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An intense story of a woman who is forced to live with her husband's parents. This book contains a lot of tragedy that leads up to an unsatifsying resolution.

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