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sewerville kindle Sewerville PDFHe edge of a violent abyss overrun with methamphetamine and prescription drug abuse The Slone family controls everything Patriarch Walt Slone is the town’s mayor and head of one of the largest crime syndicates in the eastern United States His son metes out justice from behind his sheriff’s badge while his daughter handles all the numbers for the family business Business for the Slones is good too – at least until Walt.

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[EPUB] ✸ Sewerville By Aaron Saylor – Nessville.me A small time hood tries to escape the family business in this powerful story of crime and drug abuse in rural America The town of Sewardville Kentucky teeters on the edge of a violent abyss overrun wi[EPUB] Sewerville By Aaron Saylor Nessville.me A small time hood tries to escape the family business in this powerful story of crime and drug abuse in rural America The town of Sewardville Kentucky teeters on the edge of a violent abyss overrun wi A small time hood tries to escape the family business in this powerful story of crime and drug abuse in rural America The town of Sewardville Kentucky teeters on t.

He edge of a violent abyss overrun with methamphetamine and prescription drug abuse The Slone family controls everything Patriarch Walt Slone is the town’s mayor and head of one of the largest crime syndicates in the eastern United States His son metes out justice from behind his sheriff’s badge while his daughter handles all the numbers for the family business Business for the Slones is good too – at least until Walt.

10 thoughts on “Sewerville

  1. Leslie Burgher Leslie Burgher says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFThis is a great book a really powerful look at crime and drug abuse It takes place in a seedy small town in the Southern US among corrupt officials and low level thugs The main character is one of those thugs and he's looking for a way out of this life I don't really want to give away the story here there are a lot of twists and turns but I will say the writing here is evocative and at times even poetic To see the lives of these dark charac


  2. Eric Eric says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFSewerville is one of those novels some readers will like than others For this reader the novel did not click The novel details the life of Boone and others as he has married into the local crime family Boone's father in law Walt is the Kentucky area crime kingpin and is assisted by his daughter Karen Boone's wife and Walt's son John the county sheriff Of the characters in the novel about the only likable one is Boone's daughter Samantha Oddly the writing of the novel is uite good although the author has the tendency to be repetitive in the storytelling area and seemed t


  3. Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDF 5 Cranky Stars Beautifully dark and twisted A small town that has lost hope Rampant drug use and little humanity Deaths from drug overdoses are accepted in the form of a benign neglect The pushers The very people who should be leading the charge against itBoone the main character is the son in law of the corrupt mayor He is caught up in the age old dilemma between good and evil right and wrong and how principles conflict with realityHe's stuck but longs for change and his one light in the world is the girl he loves The author does a brilliant job of using repetition to tie the pieces of the story together The dark imagery used brings this tale to life Props for the music referenced to set the theme and tone tooThis is not a happy tale Many of the characters are unlikable It'll test your patience and humanity hoping for redemption Rather it's a character examination of t


  4. Martha Sockel Martha Sockel says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFTake the best elements of The Soprano's and Boardwalk Empire and marinate in the mosuito filled atmosphere of the swampy southThis compelling crime drama follows the exploits of the Slone family who hold Sewardville in an iron grip As the patriarchal Walt pushes his lackeys with an increasingly violent zeal some begin to uestion the meaning of the life they lead and then one refuses to go any furtherThe action is slick and well described and pace of this well written book sucks you in from the first page I loved the character of Boone an


  5. Mike Birdwell Mike Birdwell says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFI picked up Sewerville blind after seeing it listed as a giveaway here on Goodreads The idea of a Southern gangster novel just seemed interesting you know It didn't disappoint Brutal but beautiful at the same time melting memories and dreams with the present to create a haunting story As realistic look at the rural South as I have read in some time


  6. Mercedes Mercedes says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFI received this book as a First Reads Program winner It's not my type of book but I wanted to try something different I usually stick to horror I did enjoy the book I found myself really liking Boone and felt for him in the life he was living I recommend giving it a read


  7. Tom Barczak Tom Barczak says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFSewervilleFrom the first page it will draw you in and leave you hanging on the edge of your seat Sewerville is a powerful beautiful and profane look into the human soul seen through a window of violence and empire set in rural America Aaron Saylor is an amazing writer with the true gift of voice The story and the characters are crafted with depth and weight but I think less created than witnessed as they are very much real and when you finally set this book down a piece of you will be forever changed


  8. Val Val says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFI hate leaving a book unfinished That is the only reason why I finished this book Lots of violence lots of profanity lots of amateurish plots and sub plots The characters were cardboard ish without any depth Even when their despair was trying to be described it just never grabbed you I only read this book because it was on a book club list here on Goodreads I paid three dollars for the Kindle edition it wasn't worth over a dollar About midway the plot picked up a little and then merely disintegrated again There was a good bit of EXACT repetition of the protagonists' thoughts and observations If you cut out the repetition and the extreme profanity then the book would only be 150 pages instead of 315 There are so many good reads out there; don't waste your money on this one Other than a few lame descriptions of the scenery this book could have been set


  9. Arlena Dean Arlena Dean says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFBy Aaron SaylorPublished By Point Nine PublishingAge Recommended AdultReview By Arlena DeanRating 4ReviewSewerville by Aaron Saylor was a good fiction read that hailed from Sewardville Kentucky a rural town where these 'rural crime Slones family' dwelled This was uite a interesting group of people for they ran the town and seemed to be involved in a little bite of everything from 'drugs violence prostitution and gun smuggling' We find from the read that it is of this family headed by Walt Slonethe mayor his son John the sheriff daughter Karen who kept the books and her husband Boone This was a read that you will have to pic


  10. Jeanelle Jeanelle says:

    Paperback Ù Sewerville PDF Ì sewerville kindle, Sewerville PDFI was not expecting to like this book as much as I did but I was hooked once I started One of the best things about this book is the fact that almost none of the characters are truly innocent The only innocent character with dialogue was Boone's and Karen's five year old daughter Samantha Apart from her everyone had some sort of skeleton in their closet There were so many corrupt shady characters to choose from but I hated Karen than all of them Manipulative parents are bit of a trigger for automatic rage for me But I digress Saylor had great descriptions cr


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