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22gigantes.com - Stars fall from the high, Texas sky and storms sweep in off the Gulf in the summer of 1954 as a polio epidemic spreads fear and uncertainty among the residents of the small town of Rainey. The Platt family endures a season of hardships; a time when the youngest daughter, eleven-year-old Willa Platt, searches for her place in her family and in the universe through a summer of life-changing relationships. When an elderly, ailing Aunt with a somewhat mysterious past and a young boy who befriends Willa both come to the quiet, little town of Rainey unexpectedly, she finds her world altered forever. Previously surrounded by a lifetime of love and security, Willa is awakened to the reality of loss and sorrow as unseen enemies invade her world; one that can take your life - another, much darker and more frightening - that can take your very soul. Before the summer ends, Willa finds herself wondering what God must be thinking in this - the worst, and the best summer of her life.
Most helpful customer reviews 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful. A beautifully-told tale that will stay with you! By L. Duhon Set in a small Texas town in the early 1950s, this book brings to life the questions and fears people might have faced during a polio epidemic in a time before this devastating disease was fully understood. The roles of hardship and death, individual spiritual beliefs, and racial prejudice, in the context of the time and place of the story, add an additional layer of realism.The book features a charming young heroine; Willa is a fully-developed character with the dreams, hopes, flaws, worries, and cares of a true eleven-year-old. She faces the unknown and the unimaginable with an open heart and a questioning mind. An adolescent reader would enjoy meeting Willa and experiencing the world through Willa's eyes. Although the setting is historical, the experiences Willa has are timeless. The themes of the story are treated with appropriate care, so that an adolescent reader will not be overwhelmed by the complicated nature of them. The reading level and vocabulary, though, is higher, so some young readers would benefit from an adult sharing the reading experience.Adult readers will enjoy the wit and writing style of the story. The writer tells a good tale--at times poetic, often humorous, sometimes wistful, this book is a delightful read from cover to cover. By the story's end, I felt like I knew Willa, her family, and the citizens of Rainey, Texas. And I had come to love them. I can't say enough good things about this story. I just don't have the words. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Wonderful First Novel (Hopefully the first of many) By marykb Ms. Symmank is a natural story-teller. The reader is instantly captivated by Willa Platt, the eleven year-old girl who narrates this story. The author's beautiful and detailed descriptions of small town life in general as well as the particular actions of Willa's family and others in this town and in this time (the summer of 1954) give the reader a true sense of being there. She also captures the very real concerns that an eleven year-old girl might have as she questions what she has been taught in Sunday School once she is personally affected by tragic events that just do not make sense to her. She comes to realize that at some point, one must "let go of having to understand." She accepted the fact that there would always be mysteries, and that with the support of family and friends, she and her faith would survive just as those magnificent, giant trees did which stood "through untold centuries of storms - holding tight to each other." 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful. Must read!! By BLC Willa's story is one that will live on in your soul long after you have finished the book. It is a story of joy and pain, of despair and hope set against the eternal struggle of choices made by those around Willa that seem to determine her path. Thoughtful and uplifting…a fine story told by a fine story teller. See all 47 customer reviews...
About the Author Margaret Symmank is a Texas playwright turned Texas novelist. She lives on the Gulf Coast in the town she grew up in where she often writes in the tree house in her backyard. She has no plans to leave, or to stop writing.
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