Damnation Spring tells the story of a town that lives off of lumbering. Generations have worked in this business throughout the years.
The logging area is sprayed often to kill the overgrowth. Women are experiencing miscarriages & birth deformities. Their families depend on the lumbering companies for work, to support their families. Could the spray have anything to do with these women’s issues? If so, will the lumber company do anything about it? Will people turn on each other?
I freaking loved this book!
Damnation Spring is a slow roll to amazing. It moves at a steady pace & is a realistic story.
It is about family relationships, including all their faults. Big money and the power it holds. Hard workers who risk their lives every day. Love and loss. In general, it is about life.
Though this book is about daily life & isn’t full of excitement, I found myself drawn to the characters. Damnation Spring is full of emotion.
The story flowed smoothly & steadily. I almost felt like I was a part of this community. A community full of ups & downs. The ending wasn’t what I expected, at all!
This is one of my favorite books of this year. Genuine, realistic, & heartfelt, Damnation Spring has dug itself straight into my heart. ❤️
Thank you to @NetGalley, @ashdavidson, & @scribner for gifting me an ebook to read & review.
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