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  1. says:

    This may have been the weirdest book I have ever read And I've read a lot of really weird booksSome topics covered in this book whaling basic carpentry pickling techniues sperm whale anatomy inbreeding wife swapping kidnapping polygam

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    So An interesting and incredibly juicy premise of a whaling family wholly populated by and due to incest an adventure that span multiple islands with old enigmatic people working at looms crazy old people filling their house with beauty because

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    From The Millions articleThe Rathbones by Janice Clark The Rathbones is the most sui generis debut you’re likely to encounter this year Think Moby Dick directed by David Lynch from a screenplay by Gabriel Garcia Maruezwith Charles Addams doing the set design and The Decembrists supplying the chanteys Initially the story of the last surviving member of an eccentric 19th Century whaling dynasty it becomes the story of that dynasty itself

  4. says:

    2 stars Meh Just okHave you ever ordered something from a restaurant and when the waiter sets down your dish you instantly

  5. says:

    The night I finished reading The Rathbones I dreamed of water and ruin I woke up this morning and had to remind myself that I'm in Kansas not near the ocean and nowhere in the vicinity of a ship or a widow's walk Imagery of water weirdness and whales flows through every page of The Rathbones Janice Clark's art and design

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    This is one of the best novels I've read in the past year it's part historical novel allegory fable family saga and fictional memoir It is Janice Clark's first book and she is a rare talent one I'll be watching Without giving too much away the story of The Rathbone family is set in the mid nineteenth century on the sea faring coast of Connecticut The males of the family are whalers the progeny of Moses Rathbone There are distur

  7. says:

    Such a great read The Rathbone's is an unusual and uniue tale It was like reading a classic it has a courageous heroine named Mercy a coming of age whaling dynasty heiress amid gorgeous language of ships and sea; descriptions so engaging and naturally vivid I was surprised to not find sea mist and fog and crows out my window Yet this novel also had a boldly strange twist that is hard to define some are calling David Lync

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    In its basic concepts the book comes down to a story about the Rathbones a whaling family their wives and descendants It covers about 100 years from the mid 1700’s to the mid 1800”s The book is narrated by Mercy Rathbone as she

  9. says:

    I received a free copy of this book through Goodreads I really wanted to like it but I couldn't find anything to care about in the characters

  10. says:

    After completing this book I felt I had just stepped off that Mr Toad ride at Disneyland Funky and freaky Gothic and nautical Suirmy and psychedelic Hit me with your rhythm stickUsing the travels of Odysseus as her broomstick Janice Clark has created a gothic seaboard world of dubious ancestral ties and longing

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summary î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Janice Clark

Poils of the huntMercy fifteen years old is the diminutive scion of the Rathbone clan Her father the last in the dynasty of New England whalers has been lost at sea for seven years ever since the last sperm whale was seen off the coast of Naiwayonk Connecticut Mercy's memories of her father and of the time before he left grow dimmer each day and she spends most of her time in the attic hideaway of her reclusive Uncle Mordecai who teaches her the secrets of Greek history and nav. The night I finished reading The Rathbones I dreamed of water and ruin I woke up this morning and had to remind myself that I m in Kansas not near the ocean and nowhere in the vicinity of a ship or a widow s walk Imagery of water weirdness and whales flows through every page of The Rathbones Janice Clark s art and design background makes it easy to visualize every detail in this weathered and somewhat scary world by the Atlantic She is excellent at describing fabrics clothing architecture environment furnishings I felt brined and excited to touch the ropes the anchors the sunbeaten boards of the deck Clark

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A literary adventure set in New England Janice Clark's gothic debut chronicles one hundred years of a once prosperous seafaring dynastyMoses the revered patriarch of the Rathbone family possessed an otherworldly instinct for spotting the whale But years of bad decisions by the heirs to his fortune have whittled his formerly robust family down to just one surviving member a young girl left to live in the broken down ancestral mansion that at one time had glowed golden with the s. From The Millions articleThe Rathbones by Janice Clark The Rathbones is the most sui generis debut you re likely to encounter this year Think Moby Dick directed by David Lynch from a screenplay by Gabriel Garcia Maruezwith Charles Addams doing the set design and The Decembrists supplying the chanteys Initially the story of the last surviving member of an eccentric 19th Century whaling dynasty it becomes the story of that dynasty itself I should also say that this was the single most exciting thing I read in manuscript in graduate school where the author and I studied together Clark writes a beautiful pro

summary î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Janice Clark

Igation through his collection of moldering books But when a strange violent visitor turns up one night on the widow's walk Mercy and Mordecai are forced to flee the house and set sail on a journey that will bring them deep into the haunted history of the Rathbone familyInspired by The Odyssey and infused with beautifully detailed descriptions of the realities of coastal and ship life reminiscent of Moby Dick Janice Clark's magnificent debut is a spellbinding literary adventure. Such a great read The Rathbone s is an unusual and uniue tale It was like reading a classic it has a courageous heroine named Mercy a coming of age whaling dynasty heiress amid gorgeous language of ships and sea descriptions so engaging and naturally vivid I was surprised to not find sea mist and fog and crows out my window Yet this novel also had a boldly strange twist that is hard to define some are calling David Lynch esue At times it had me looking up and around from my book wondering did I just read that right With a promise of a nautical voyage and whale chasing I was not expecting a mystery like t