A wondrous tale of love loss and the natural world that remains A father and his daughter both unnamed are the last two humans to inhabit the world We
don t know why but birds and animals plants and fauna as well as fish are t know why but birds and animals plants and fauna as well as fish are present The girls mother died when she was a year old and while we don t know xactly where they are living we do know it is near a mountain and a long trek away to the ocean The years pass and soon the girl is alone but only in human companionships the animals call her the last oneI just love how
this author writesauthor writes no words wasted but at the same time just descriptive The Favorite Daughter enough This can be considered a myth a fable an allegorical tale orven magical realism What it is not is a dystopic novel though civilization as we know it is no longer present Nature has reclaimed its own and the animals take on magical properties or maybe they always had them for those who knew how to listen Melancholy for sure but at the same time hopeful We humans haven t managed to destroy Fitness for Geeks everything despite our attempts to do so we have only destroyed ourselves Maybe a morality tale but a beautiful oneARC from publisher I had resistance to reading this bookbutso much for thatI appreciated many of the same things other readers didthexperience vivid images the messages insights the storytelling adult fairytalefeeling The first half of the book was ngaging to me than the second half My uestion is this if civilization has basically collapsed as we know it and veryone s going to die leaving no human beings left to reproduce what s the point I honestly don t know I m sure I m the turd lacking a healthier appreciation gene in my brain Beautiful compassionate proseLove trees leaves animals oceans sand berries and verything natureThe father was wonderful with his daughter teaching her survival skillsetcbut I have a hard time loving a book with an orphan child alone in nature with a talking bearMy brain does somersaults with these types of can you i 35 Stars Without you I d be nothing but alone THE BEAR is an nchanting little fable about loss and survival in the wildernesswith some pretty cool animal friendlies Although post apocalyptic it s not blatantly obvious and is not dark There are no villainous types waiting around the corner to steal what you have or do you harm the only fear being the Winter Sunshine elements loss and lonelinesswhich is relentless The story is simple There s a man a girl a mountain home a trip to the ocean and a wise old bear There s also a loving relationship between father and daughter with many teachings of life and shared memories of man for his wifegirl s mother A bit slow going here and there for me but Krivak s somber descriptive prose so fit thenvironment As for the Naked Choke endingwonderfulMany thanks to Bellevue Literary Press and NetGalley inxchange for an honest review A beautiful storyA young girl and her father are the last remaining humans They live in a post apocalyptic world in the shadow of a lone mountainwhere nature is full of animals and vegetation The father teaches the daughte. From National Book Award in Fiction finalist Andrew Krivak comes a gorgeous fable of Earth’s last two human inhabitants and a girl's journey homeIn an Eden like future a girl and her father live close to the land in the shadow of a lone mountain They own a few remnants of civilizatio.
on the daythe day the summer solstice Yearly on this day Father and Girl climb to the top of the mountain that stands alone to visit mother s resting placein the shade of the ledge shaped like a bearFather teaches Girl about the land bodies of water how to approximate time and how to read the stars and constellations She learns to craft implements for hunting game and catching fish Respect for the natural world comes in the form of fables about how a bear saved a village by keeping a promise and how the great hunter Thorn s respect for the animal world was reciprocatedA long challenging journey unfolds Survival is a daily struggle Life is a seesaw of motions love hope frustration and Murder at the Mansion endings Acceptance of the companionship and wisdom of a bear buoys spirits and deepens understanding of the co dependence between man the landscape and the animal world The Bear by Andrew Krivak by way of a dystopian literary novel is a subtle foray into the balance between love and loss hope and despair and respect for animals and thenvironment I highly recommend Krivak s cautionary taleThank you Bellevue Literary Press and Net Galley for the opportunity to read and review The Bear The beauty of this story is in its simplicityIt s the Healing Souls end of civilization Only a daughter and fatherxist and are the last survivors in It s rare for me to not be able to summarize the description of a story in my own words but I ve given it two days and just cannot do justice to that provided with the book so
here it is In an Edenic future a girl and her father live close to theit is In an Edenic future a girl and her father live close to the in the shadow of a lone mountain They possess a few remnants of civilization some books a pane of glass a set of flint and steel a comb The father teaches the girl how to fish and hunt the secrets of the seasons and the stars He is preparing her for an adulthood in harmony with nature for they are the last of humankind But when the girl finds herself alone in an unknown landscape it is a bear that will lead her back home through a vast wilderness that offers the greatest lessons of all if she can only learn to listen I love fables am mysteriously drawn to dystopian worlds and have a high appreciation of those that know how to survive using the Seductive Surrender earth s natural resources Even though this story seemed to have all of theselements based on its description I almost gave it a pass and would have missed out on one of the most captivating short stories The writing is elegant in its simplicity and the underlying messages in its simplicity and the underlying messages throughout I longed for but found the nding to be perfection The narrator s performance was so subtle never giving in to any need for dramatization because the writing didn t need it It s a great story no matter if you read or listen but I highly recommend the audio version This was just lovely Thanks to the publisher and Librofm for my complimentary copy All opinions are my own. Alone in an unknown landscape it is a bear that will lead her back home through a vast wilderness that offers the greatest lessons of all if she can learn to listen A cautionary tale of human fragility of love and loss The Bear is a stunning tribute to the beauty of nature’s dominion.
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Tools And How To Huntand how to hunt to make clothing and food He tells her the the secrets of the seasons and the stars and tells her stories about her mother who passed soon after the girls birth After some years pass the girl is alone in an unknown landscape and a bear will lead her homeThere is a lot to the story specially in regards to nature and animal friends
"just lovelythank you to bellevue literary press via "lovelyThank you to Bellevue Literary Press via for the ARC in xchange for an honest review NOW AVAILABLE There are just these two a girl and her father the last two left living on the astern range of this mountain Once another time it had been the man and a woman who had come to this place had built a house using stones from the arth timber and cement made from limestone a glass window which was so rare now handed down to the woman from her parents and from the generations that came before The woman was no longer there she lay underneath the stones and stars on the top of the mountain They don t possess much in the way of worldly goods although they do have books a comb flint and steel and they are blessed in other ways from where their house sits halfway up the mountain they overlook the lake ncircled by bushes filled with blueberries and birch trees agles soaring overhead and with other gifts of nature abundant For food they fish hunt or gather And in those moments he teachers her about the land navigating by the stars skills needed for survival He shows her the importance of gratitude an appreciation of the gift of life as a gift given and a gift taken A fable set in a dystopian The Deepest Sin environment a lovely ode to the beauty that abounds in the nature and a cautionary tale forveryone and verything living here Pub Date 21 Feb 2020Many thanks for the ARC provided by Bellevue Literary Press The Bear is a beautifully rendered novel about a young girl and her father who are the last humans on arth The prose is stark and yet xuis A fable an ominous tale for the human race one that leaves us not knowing what the thing was that spares the beauty and bounty of nature but no human beings save for a man and his young daughter The beautiful writing and a story that held me had me reading this in one day I wasn t surprised I loved both of Krivak s other novels It s taken me some time to write a review because I didn t want to give too much away and still do justice to this storyIn this novel there are amazingly beautiful descriptions of nature touching tales of animals stories that the girl s father tells her of her mother a story of a bear that saved a village a story of a care giving puma Tales and stories and lessons are told that will stay with the girl for the rest of her life We don t know when or where the story takes places and we don t know their names I m usually left feeling detached from characters when they are not given names but in thi Civilization has collapsed and humankind is xtinct save for two survivors Father and Girl They live in a house constructed of timber stones and cement a house with a glass window N some books a pane of glass a set of flint and steel a comb The father teaches his daughter how to fish and hunt and the secrets of the seasons and the stars He is preparing her for an adulthood in harmony with nature for they are the last of humankind But when the girl finds herself.