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"Woodrell flirts with but doesn't succumb to cliche in his eighth novel, a luminescent portrait of the poor and desperate South that drafts 16-year-old Ree Dolly, blessed with "abrupt green eyes," as its unlikely heroine." (Publishers Weekly)
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Sexual Content: There are direct and indirect mentions of premarital sexuality and brief mentions of incest.
Other: Alcohol, tobacco smoking, crystal meth, and marijuana are all used by various characters throughout the book.
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