Souls raised from the dead: a novel
Members of a Southern family--a young girl, her state trooper father, two sets of grandparents, her runaway mother--and their neighbors and friends struggle to cope with the child's serious, perhaps terminal, illness. By the author of Heading West. 15,000 first printing.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - delphimo - LibraryThing
The book's opening scene provides fun and excitement that soon changes to boredom. The book contains no chapters, just one long and wordy descent into the chasm. The books description predicted the ... Read full review
SOULS RAISED FROM THE DEADUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
The first novel by Betts (Heading West, 1981) in over ten years indulges in the clichăs of domestic melodrama—a divorced couple, the illness of their only child, the burden and joy of non- nuclear ... Read full review