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Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¶ Sarah Blake Read The Guest Book 107 Sarah Blake ¶ 7 Read An unforgettable love story a novel about past mistakes and betrayals that ripple throughout generations The Guest Book examines not just a privileged American family but a privileged America It is a literary triumph The Guest Book follows three generations of a powerful American family a family that “used to run the world”And when the novel begins in 1935 they still do Kitty and Ogden Milton appear to have everything perfect children good looks a love everyone envies But after a tragedy befalls them Ogden tries to bring Kitty back to life by purchasing an island in Maine T. The Guest Book by Sarah Blake is a 2019 Flatiron Books publication An Epic multi generational family saga exposing long buried secrets and truths not only providing a mirrored reflection of the privileged Milton s but of the entire country as well There is the crime and there is silence In the mid thirties golden couple Ogden and Kitty Milton recovering from a horrific tragedy purchase Crockett Island making it a point of renewal They will summer there every year of their lives thereafter as do their children and their grandchildren But now the money has run out and the house is in ill repair leaving the painful decision about the island s future to rest in the hands of the only surviving family members a trio of cousins who each have their own agenda Nothing will ever change Sunlight Starlight Drinks on the dock A single sail out in the bay It will never change It seems to promise You will not die On and on Like a painting Here you are As long as the Island stands we stand Time never minds Evie is fighting hard to keep the island while her cousins are open to selling it and her husband Paul constantly reminds her of their financial situation But is Evie holding on to the island or to her mother s memory Evie can easily laugh at her family s WASP culture history yet she becomes irritated if anyone else passes judgements on them And Despite evidence to the contrary Evie stubbornly turns a blind eye to the dark secrets hidden in her family s past As Blake takes us back across time a heart wrenching story unfolds revealing an ugly sad guilt ridden underbelly to the affluent Milton family one deeply rooted in entitlement prejudice and racism Yet future generations attempt to provoke a new value system one which reuires a conscience insists on a shift in attitude and demands change The contrasts between entitlement power and control against idealism and then juxtaposed against certain harsh truths stirs up a tragic fire storm which left this reader with a fire in my belly on the edge of my seat and with an ache in my heart not only for the characters but for Us History is sometimes made by heroes but it is also always made by us We the people who stumble around who block or help the hero out of loyaltystubbornness faith or fear Those who wall up and those who break through walls Thepeople at the edge of the photographs The people watching the crowd You Sarah Blake s writing is beautiful Her prose is elegant powerful poignant and almost hypnotic The characterizations and dialogue are so incredibly vivid and devastatingly realistic The trappings of wealth the narrow mindedness of class distinctions the half lived lives the progression and changes of the times unfolding through the years stripping away decades of racism and prejudice is mesmerizing Yet for Evie as the blanks are finally filled in there is a revealing defensiveness a conspiratorial protective silence and a stubborn refusal to accept the reality of her family s history one which is too painful to acknowledge view spoilerThe progression throughout the generations though startling and inspiring is still very fragile Though Len and Reg regarded Moss s optimism and idealism as na ve and ineffectual that vision may have been the catalyst for change However the two men weren t wrong in their assessment and not just about the times they lived in Their admonishments serve as a reminder that paying lip service no matter how well intentioned is not helpful and most people offering it do so without fully understanding what it is truly like to walk in another s shoes hide spoiler Do You Mind If I Cancel? is a literary triumph The Guest Book follows three generations of a powerful American family a family that “used to run the world”And when the novel begins Guide to the Vascular Plants of Florida in 1935 they still do Kitty and Ogden Milton appear to have everything perfect children good looks a love everyone envies But after a tragedy befalls them Ogden tries to bring Kitty back to life by purchasing an I Don't Care Said the Bear Giggle Club island The Porn Stars Sissy in Maine T. 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Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¶ Sarah Blake Read The Guest Book 107 Sarah Blake ¶ 7 Read Hat island and its house come to define and burnish the Milton family year after year after year And it is there that Kitty issues a refusal that will haunt her till the day she diesIn 1959 a young Jewish man Len Levy will get a job in Ogden’s bank and earn the admiration of Ogden and one of his daughters but the scorn of everyone else Len’s best friend Reg Pauling has always been the only black man in the room at Harvard at work and finally at the Miltons’ island in MaineAn island that at the dawn of the 21st century this last generation doesn’t have the money to keep. There s a stunning scene toward the beginning of Sarah Blake s new novel The Guest Book that follows a wealthy young mother gliding around New York and then to her elegant mansion in a charmingly choreographed dance of delight that ends with her 5 year old son falling from a window to his deathSuch a tragedy might shatter other families but the Miltons are not other families Ogden and Kitty Milton are the union of America s bluest bloodlines aristocrats who have provided a model of decorum to a grateful nation since they arrived on the Mayflower Always remember you are a Milton a young scion is advised Not a Lowell Ogden guides the family s Wall Street firm with wisdom and discretion just as Kitty manages their homeAs soon as they bury their son everyone agrees that it s best not to mention it Best not to dwell on it Some things were better off left unsaid This is very much a novel about what is left unsaid which is ironic considering that so much is said hundreds and hundreds of pages of repressed grief and strained smiles Despite its dramatic opening the bulk of the story is far immersive than propulsive These are people who imagine their boutiue blend of gold and goodness can protect them from the vicissitudes of life even as their dynasty dissipates with each passing generation The Guest Book offers an exhaustive study of Brahmin pain the suffering stoically endured by that class of people who ask each other Where do you summer It s part of a long distinguished line of beautiful costume dramas that allow us good liberals to luxuriate in the silken folds of privilege while reassuring ourselves that such privilege is doomed To read the rest of this review go to The Washington Posthttpswwwwashingtonpostcomentert Christmas in Harmony Harbor Harmony Harbor #9 island and ColorsColores its house come to define and burnish the Milton family year after year after year And The Butterfly Groove it The Book Thief is there that Kitty The Year Mrs Cooper Got Out More Great Wharf Series Book 1 issues a refusal that will haunt her till the day she diesIn 1959 a young Jewish man Len Levy will get a job The Tomb of Napoleon The Hôtel des Invalides in Ogden’s bank and earn the admiration of Ogden and one of his daughters but the scorn of everyone else Len’s best friend Reg Pauling has always been the only black man The Witch in the Cherry Tree in the room at Harvard at work and finally at the Miltons’ Dachshund Through the Snow island Fables intégrale - Tome 2 (VERTIGO ESSENTIELS) in MaineAn Gideon's Sword island that at the dawn of the 21st century this last generation doesn’t have the money to keep. There s a stunning scene toward the beginning of Sarah Blake s new novel The Guest Book that follows a wealthy young mother gliding around New York and then to her elegant mansion The Meaning and Acuisition of Wealth is advised Not a Lowell Ogden guides the family s Wall Street firm with wisdom and discretion just as Kitty manages their homeAs soon as they bury their son everyone agrees that Serbian For Kids it s best not to mention John Carneys Carneycopia it Best not to dwell on Fall for Him it Some things were better off left unsaid This Neko is very much a novel about what The Games We Play is left unsaid which His Bidding The Best Medicine #1 is Royal Flush ironic considering that so much Royal Flush is said hundreds and hundreds of pages of repressed grief and strained smiles Despite Who's Hu its dramatic opening the bulk of the story Secrets of the Chocolate House Found Things #2 is far Spin The Bottle immersive than propulsive These are people who Crazy Sexy Ghoulish Crazy Sexy Ghoulish #1 imagine their boutiue blend of gold and goodness can protect them from the vicissitudes of life even as their dynasty dissipates with each passing generation The Guest Book offers an exhaustive study of Brahmin pain the suffering stoically endured by that class of people who ask each other Where do you summer It s part of a long distinguished line of beautiful costume dramas that allow us good liberals to luxuriate The Little Book of Self Care for Auarius in the silken folds of privilege while reassuring ourselves that such privilege Roman Literature and Society is doomed To read the rest of this review go to The Washington Posthttpswwwwashingtonpostcomentert

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Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¶ Sarah Blake Read The Guest Book 107 Sarah Blake ¶ 7 Read When Kitty’s granddaughter hears that she and her cousins might be forced to sell it and when her husband brings back disturbing evidence about her grandfather’s past she realizes she is on the verge of finally understanding the silences that seemed to hover just below the surface of her family all her lifeAn ambitious novel that weaves the American past with its present The Guest Book looks at the racism and power that has been systemically embedded in the US for generations Brimming with gorgeous writing and bitterly accurate social criticism it is a literary tour de forc. This is a novel about white guilt and it does so many things right and cares about so many of the right things that I almost but not uite am willing to love it The blot upon its freshly starched canvas is of such a nature however that it does than just prevent me from loving the book it renders it in its entirety so deeply problematic that I m not entirely sure how to feel about it at allLet s begin at the beginning shall we Please note that there will be some low key spoilers throughout this reviewThe front cover of The Guest Book ARC which I so kindly thank you thank you so very much received from Flatiron Books features a uote from Cynthia St John of Kepler s Books in Menlo Park California This uote writ large and sleek across the ARC cover states simply that Sarah Blake has written the Great American Novel I m assuming the implicit capitalization here the actual uote happens to be printed in all caps Inside the front cover and for four pages after the title page other booksellers and literary notables rave about the book saying such kind things as it is a coming of age story for the country packed with fully realized characters and depth and nuance an epic family story of privilege history prejudice secrets love and loss I mean could you be ANY MORE in love with this book peopleAs I mentioned this is a book that tries very hard indeed to care about the right things and write about them the in right way It s a book about several generations of a privileged white family which owns its own island For comparison my parents were each raised in a farmhouse and my mother s childhood home got an upgrade to a non dirt floor during her childhood We were in short ROLLING IN IT You might assume that I have very little patience with rich white peoples problems and you d be right Poor white people especially the children of evangelical Christian missionaries and the grandchildren of Mennonite wheat farmers and the great grandchildren of immigrants have plenty of their own hang ups and plenty of their own privileges frankly but they re nothing alike And it s hard to relate to people who try to pass off their islands as being rather shabby by comparison to the Rockefellers mansionsAnd this tension between having an island and wanting to keep it and having a shred of self awareness and wanting to not be thought of as just another privileged white woman is the root core of every interaction the character Evie has in this book Yes Blake makes her characters aware of their privilege The POV characters all hate or at the very least are all deeply uncomfortable with their privilege GOOD EXCELLENT I can get behind that Still hard to relate but at least they re not literal NazisOh waitSo Here s a spoiler The Guest Book deals not just with matters of wealth ineuality but also with racial ineualities and the mistreatment of minorities during WWII In Germany Read here be Nazis Blake again very admirably makes her characters implicit in various ways in the mistreatment of both Jews and people of color She makes them aware of their involvement She makes them uncomfortable with their involvementGreat People whose families poured financial support into the German war machine during WWII should have MANY crises of conscience That s definitely a thing that should happenWhat maybe shouldn t happen is letting those characters reach absolution through self erasure and have Jews and people of color absolve them again in the book s touching final scenesLet me back up here a secondIt is the rare book which spurs me to write a scathing review and I don t know if this is so much scathing as it is confused and a little cloudy on the details I slept on this review several times This is therefore the most mild calm and generous take on this novel that I could summon My first reactions by comparison were much full of feeling I think that sort of response is a valid one to chronicle but this being such a considered book I felt it deserved a considered replyI distrust any book by a white person which absolves us collectively or individually of the wrongdoings of our predecessors Do I think Blake was trying to show that she cared enough to write several minority groups into her book and that her heart was in the right place Probably But there are some things we don t get to do and forgive ourselves or erase ourselves from history are two of them It is so perfectly accurate that the privileged white person s greatest fear is not being remembered and that both our greatest crises and our greatest denouements are all tied up with being forgotten We ve started wars many of them against minority groups for less It is accurate yes And it is brilliant of Blake to identify this fear and lace it like poison throughout this novel It is less brilliant to allow her characters to erase themselves and to find catharsis and maybe even peace in the processWe don t get to do thatWhy not Because we are the historical record We don t get to walk away from the crimes we have enacted For not just decades but centuries millennia of cultural and racial and religious warfare We can t give ourselves permission to disappear before the final verdict has been handed down by the people who do have the right and I strongly suspect that the only people who have the right to forgive us and absolve us also have the right to be angry for many many generations to comeThis week I had an epiphany Not just to do with Blake but to do with many of the investigative nonfiction books coming out right now It s a popular idea that we have the right to tell stories about the cultural wrongdoings we have enacted throughout history by using our personal experiences and by putting our bodies and our stories into cultural and religious and ueer spaces that do not belong to us There are some stories however that we just don t have the right to tell And as every two year old toddler knows we don t get to forgive ourselves Only the people we have wronged have permission to do that And if by chance we ve wronged the world itself we never get to make our peace people have long memories but Uranium 235 has a half life of almost 704 billion years The carbon cycle will hold your footprint against you for longer than the dinosaurs walked this planetEarly on in The Guest Book Evie is confronted by an African American colleague whose pregnancy is described as having taken over her body like an occupying army p 62 And while it s entirely true that many women lose both a sense of agency and satisfaction with their bodies during pregnancy it s hardly a nice thing to observe about someone else s body especially when that someone else comes from a minority group specifically and historically linked to the loss of agency due to white assholery This colleague comes to Evie because she wants to revise a popular work of third wave feminism that Evie published twenty five years earlier to reflect her own take on the power dynamics at work in Medieval Europe Not only is this colleague portrayed as pushy and insensitive but she s Evie likens Hazel s desire to pay homage to thievery p 67 even while she Evie agonizes over her own privilege Because her family owns an island that they purchased with Nazi moneyThe book never returns to Hazel or to the classroom where Evie begins her story by delivering a kick ass rallying cry to her freshmen on the value of learning from history So know yourselves first she finished Then look back and account p 44 Only Evie doesn t One black man gives her back agency over the island then she decides her story ends with vanishing not looking back and being called to account or making up for her personal wrongs It s cathartic It s peaceful It s a goddamn lieLook there are a lot of really beautiful moments and beautiful sentences in this book I teared up a little when the book finally finally got around to the climactic final showdown Which predictably involved a lot of hetero sex on beaches under the moonlight and a lot of coded ueer erasure Bury your maybe gays unless you live by water drowning them is easier Damn but Blake knows how to uote James Baldwin And whenI guess what I m trying to say here is that Blake really tried She has proven that she cares about making sure readers know we white people are sorry We re sorry for screwing up in WWII We re sorry for screwing up in founding America on the backs of minorities We re sorry that systems like academia and finance left us private islands even if they re only shabby and we re just barely hanging on and left everyone else scrambling for room in the margins We re sorry and probably we should just go ahead and disappear now That would be so much easier than actually sticking around in real life or in the novel to let the wronged be rightfully angry at us Beautiful sentences and well intentioned gestures at euality aside this book lets us off the hook when it really doesn t have the right to And as much as I respect California s incredible booksellers we don t get to call this book about white guilt the Great American Novel It s unfair to all of those hungry OwnVoices authors whose voices still haven t been heard simply because they don t have the all access pass to blockbuster American success yetThe least we can do is not use our power as the privileged majority class in America to erase ourselves before we can be held to accountWhere does this book end We vanish Evie whispered p 480 How convenient for us Please note throughout this review I kept typing The Beach House instead of The Guest Book but I guess Hallmark owned the rights to that one And I also kept typing The Lake House and I m crippled by the thought of Keanu Reeves showing up in this book Please also note hells yes I have white guilt The fact that only other white people keep telling me to stop kind of reinforces it and it s just too damn bad that none of my uncles had maybe sort of ueer relationships with people who could half a century after I was conceived show up to give me another 15 share of the family island and thereby forgive me in deed if not in word for all the crimes of my ancestors And oof if you want to talk about crimes I don t get to be absolved for maybe we should take a moment to review the literature about all the times my predecessors contributed to cultural genocide Yeah I don t get to forgive myself for that ever


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    Sarah Blake ¶ 7 Read (The Guest Book) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Â Sarah Blake There’s a stunning scene toward the beginning of Sarah Blake’s new novel “The Guest Book” that follows a wealthy young mother gliding around New York and then to her elegant mansion in a charmingly choreographed dance of delight that ends with her 5 year old son falling from a window to his deathSuch a tragedy might shatt

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    (The Guest Book) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Â Sarah Blake Sarah Blake ¶ 7 Read Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¶ Sarah Blake Privilege Secrets History FamilyThe Guest Book is a sweeping tale of three generations of the Milton family This book moves back and forth in time showcasing secrets and conseuences This book showcases old money racism glamour status opulence limelight privilege power choices ineuality and the economic divide Each generation showcases the mindset of not only the family but society at large With each new generat

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    (The Guest Book) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Â Sarah Blake Not rating itBut also not going to finish it It’s rare for me to mention a book I’ve not finished a few times some books I read and don’t even mark let alone review because it was OK or I just didn’t feel like writing anythi

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    Sarah Blake ¶ 7 Read Free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¶ Sarah Blake (The Guest Book) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Â Sarah Blake “‘Do you remember that day right before she died when Granny K told us there were two moments at the gate in every life?’Evie nodded ‘One at the beginning’‘And one in the middle’ It had been her last summer They had fill

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  • Hardcover
  • 496
  • The Guest Book
  • Sarah Blake
  • English
  • 20 February 2020
  • 9781250110251