Wire Mesh Mothers

Wire Mesh Mothers Elementary school teacher Kate McDolen spirits eight year old student Mistie away from her abusive parents While driving to a new life for both of them Kate and Mistie are carjacked by Tony a danger

  • Title: Wire Mesh Mothers
  • Author: Elizabeth Massie
  • ISBN: 9780843948691
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • Elementary school teacher Kate McDolen spirits eight year old student Mistie away from her abusive parents While driving to a new life for both of them, Kate and Mistie are carjacked by Tony, a dangerous girl who doesn t admire anything except violence and cruelty The cross country trip that follows will turn into a one way journey to fear, desperation, and madness.

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      Published :2018-05-17T19:55:34+00:00

    1 thought on “Wire Mesh Mothers”

    1. What a waste of time and I'm actually annoyed that I took the time to finish this. I guess I kept hoping it would get better, and as I read the last page I felt suckered into reading it. I guess the best thing about the book was the title.The characters were such stereotypes, and the author kept trying to "lead up" to some big plot points, but never came through. There wasn't one likable character in the book, and although sometimes that can work for the book, this time it did not. The ending fe [...]

    2. Thelma and Louis on meth. Disturbing, engrossing, necessary. A very gritty look at child abuse and the role of parents in modern society. Every teachers worst nightmare.

    3. This is a very well-written study of the roles and responsibilities that parents and teachers have in raising children, and the cost of failure in those situations. It was compelling reading, but in the same way that one is compelled to slow down and look at a traffic accident. The characters are all well drawn, but virtually none of them are at all likeable; they're wretched people, though mostly through no fault of their own. It's a very good book, but quite depressing, with some uncomfortably [...]

    4. I really loved this book. Loved the writing and the disturbing back stories of the characters. I'll definitely be looking out for more Massie novels.

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