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Contemporary America through the prism of a family tragedy when a powerful parent dies each of his adult children reacts in startling and unexpected ways and his grieving widow in the most surprising way of allStark and penetrating Since Joyce Carol Oates freuently writes about social and political issues at the heart of American society her fiction can often feel eerily prescient But it s an extraordinary coincidence that in the week preceding the publication of her latest novel NIGHT SLEEP DEATH THE STARS widely publicised real life events would so closely mirror the book s prologue The opening describes an incident where a middle aged white man driving on an upstate New York expressway notices a police confrontation on the side of the road He observes white police officers using excessive force while detaining a young dark skinned man and stops to uestion their actions In response the officers restrain beat and taser the driver The injuries he sustains eventually lead to his death The video of George Floyd a 46 year old black man who died as a result of being brutally restrained by a white police officer in Minneapolis on May 25 2020 has sparked widespread protests and newly motivated the Black Lives Matter movement Public discussions regrading institutionalised racism prejudice and privilege continue These are also the pressing issues at the centre of Oates s epic new novel about a family whose lives unravel as a conseuence of such a tragic event Read my full review of Night Sleep Death The Stars by Joyce Carol Oates on LonesomeReaderYou can also watch me interview Joyce Carol Oates about this novel where she candidly discusses her very personal reasons for writing it Night Owl Loonette prism of a family tragedy when a Deadshifted (Edie Spence, powerful El agujero del infierno parent dies each of his adult children reacts in startling and unexpected ways and his grieving widow in the most surprising way of allStark and The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) penetrating Since Joyce Carol Oates freuently writes about social and Teddy political issues at the heart of American society her fiction can often feel eerily Calling Me Home prescient But it s an extraordinary coincidence that in the week The Taint of Lovecraft preceding the Mr. Francis Wife publication of her latest novel NIGHT SLEEP DEATH THE STARS widely The Shadow People publicised real life events would so closely mirror the book s The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, prologue The opening describes an incident where a middle aged white man driving on an upstate New York expressway notices a Degrees of Elevation police confrontation on the side of the road He observes white Demons, Yes--But Thank God for Good Angels police officers using excessive force while detaining a young dark skinned man and stops to uestion their actions In response the officers restrain beat and taser the driver The injuries he sustains eventually lead to his death The video of George Floyd a 46 year old black man who died as a result of being brutally restrained by a white The Pride and Prejudice Movie Cookbook police officer in Minneapolis on May 25 2020 has sparked widespread Vietnam Perkasie protests and newly motivated the Black Lives Matter movement Public discussions regrading institutionalised racism Losing Strength and Dexterity privilege continue These are also the Afghanistan pressing issues at the centre of Oates s epic new novel about a family whose lives unravel as a conseuence of such a tragic event Read my full review of Night Sleep Death The Stars by Joyce Carol Oates on LonesomeReaderYou can also watch me interview Joyce Carol Oates about this novel where she candidly discusses her very The Black Sheeps Secret Child personal reasons for writing it

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The bonds of family are tested in the wake of a profound tragedy providing a look at the darker side of our society by one of our most enduringly popular and important writersNight Sleep Death The Stars is a gripping examination of THIS IS STILL MY FAVORITE BOOK THIS YEARJust released todayVERY HIGH RECOMMENDATION TO THOSE READERS WHO ENJOY A GREAT LONG FAMILY SAGAITS GRIPPING from page 1 with a very thought provoking situation RELEVANT to our current events I read this before these events I say no about the beginningBut my God I LOVE THIS BOOKStrong favorite UPDATEWhew WOWAMAZINGan 800 page novel that I m sad to see endReview to follow in a few days or soI m Back Here it Goes love to chat with other readers who read itThe book cover is gorgeousThe title is inspired by the Walt Whitman poem A Clear Midnight This is thy O Soul thy free flight into the wordlessAway from books away from art the day erased the lesson doneThee fully fourth emerging silent gazing pondering the themes thou lovest best Night Sleep death and the stars Joyce Carol Oat s novel Night Sleep Death The Stars is a great work of artgrandly entertaining bold comic tragic deeply moving family drama It s sharp witty and highly descriptive This novel dissects each family member with a ruthless cutting edge unraveling at the seamsa book well worth reading John Earle McCleannicknamed Whiteywas born in Feb1943 He died in 2010 If only Whitey had livednone of this would have happened Whitey s familyJessalyn wife and the adult kidsThom Beverly Lorene Sophia and Virgil often asked themselves after his death WHAT WOULD DAD SAY As the readerI often asked does it matter Why andor Why not What was obvious The entire McClean experienced great loss after Whitey died Every character had distinct characteristics talents interests strengths weaknesses accomplishments passive and aggressive sides fears concerns worries self doubts opinions and secrets At any given time one or all of the siblings might have kept a tight lid on their emotions or be explosive with them Siblings form alliances with one another that are both permanent and shifting Disagreements disappointments feuds temporary and expedient bonds shared resentments Each character had multi dimensional sides to them An entire novel could be written on any one of the siblings or Jessalyn the widowA complete novel could be written on a few of the minor characters as well A FEWTidbit generalstereotype examples but don t pegged them too harshly as every character may surprise you at some point as specialized chameleons do in this 800 page novel The siblingsBeverlywas resentful judgementaland criticalThom was bossy who s sarcasm could be construed as funny if it wasn t directed at youSophia was the earnest schoolgirlLorenethe sardonic schoolmistressVirgiljust was was also my favorite characterJessalynwanted to be left alone to live her own life make her own choices She certainly didn t want to marry a boring old shoe as a replacement husband And she certainly didn t want her children to dictate her choices She s a woman after my own heart Jessalyn wondered if You re only as happy as your most unhappy child Is this true Jessalyn wonders if it is a statement of resignation and defeat or a goad to action and change If it means you will never be happy if your child of yours is not happy then you must do all you can to ensure that neither of you unhappy Many characters places to sink your teeth into Galapagos is a stand outHugo Martinez photographer artist poet activist adds a lot to this storyMack the Knife Mackey is a Tomcat to loveA GREAT embarrassing scene I was cringing with a sibling a side of coughcough her or he as I m not saying whohad me CRINGING with embarrassmentDid I cry My eyes watered for a minute in one scene One s own existence so small One s grief happiness love or failure to love of so little conseuence Night Sleep DeathThe Stars takes a good hard look at the complex relationships within a familyOats supplied us with a tragic event that sets the stagethat will have the family members and readers not only looking at loss responsibilities to family members marriages boundaries cracks in the foundation of beliefs but she examines race injustice class which for better or worse shape the reality and continuity of our livesDomestic realismLuminous details of every day life and all the riffraff sWith masterful skillsJoyce Carol Oats exposes us to the sobering choices strains of unexpected sorrow unexpected pleasures and rich rewardsI thoroughly loved this bookThank You HarperCollins and Joyce Carol Oats This book will be released on June 9th 2020 Idenics profound tragedy Night Owl Loonette providing a look at the darker side of our society by one of our most enduringly Deadshifted (Edie Spence, popular and important writersNight Sleep Death The Stars is a gripping examination of THIS IS STILL MY FAVORITE BOOK THIS YEARJust released todayVERY HIGH RECOMMENDATION TO THOSE READERS WHO ENJOY A GREAT LONG FAMILY SAGAITS GRIPPING from El agujero del infierno page 1 with a very thought The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) provoking situation RELEVANT to our current events I read this before these events I say no about the beginningBut my God I LOVE THIS BOOKStrong favorite UPDATEWhew WOWAMAZINGan 800 Teddy page novel that I m sad to see endReview to follow in a few days or soI m Back Here it Goes love to chat with other readers who read itThe book cover is gorgeousThe title is inspired by the Walt Whitman Calling Me Home poem A Clear Midnight This is thy O Soul thy free flight into the wordlessAway from books away from art the day erased the lesson doneThee fully fourth emerging silent gazing The Taint of Lovecraft pondering the themes thou lovest best Night Sleep death and the stars Joyce Carol Oat s novel Night Sleep Death The Stars is a great work of artgrandly entertaining bold comic tragic deeply moving family drama It s sharp witty and highly descriptive This novel dissects each family member with a ruthless cutting edge unraveling at the seamsa book well worth reading John Earle McCleannicknamed Whiteywas born in Feb1943 He died in 2010 If only Whitey had livednone of this would have happened Whitey s familyJessalyn wife and the adult kidsThom Beverly Lorene Sophia and Virgil often asked themselves after his death WHAT WOULD DAD SAY As the readerI often asked does it matter Why andor Why not What was obvious The entire McClean experienced great loss after Whitey died Every character had distinct characteristics talents interests strengths weaknesses accomplishments Mr. Francis Wife passive and aggressive sides fears concerns worries self doubts opinions and secrets At any given time one or all of the siblings might have kept a tight lid on their emotions or be explosive with them Siblings form alliances with one another that are both The Shadow People permanent and shifting Disagreements disappointments feuds temporary and expedient bonds shared resentments Each character had multi dimensional sides to them An entire novel could be written on any one of the siblings or Jessalyn the widowA complete novel could be written on a few of the minor characters as well A FEWTidbit generalstereotype examples but don t The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, pegged them too harshly as every character may surprise you at some Degrees of Elevation point as specialized chameleons do in this 800 Demons, Yes--But Thank God for Good Angels page novel The siblingsBeverlywas resentful judgementaland criticalThom was bossy who s sarcasm could be construed as funny if it wasn t directed at youSophia was the earnest schoolgirlLorenethe sardonic schoolmistressVirgiljust was was also my favorite characterJessalynwanted to be left alone to live her own life make her own choices She certainly didn t want to marry a boring old shoe as a replacement husband And she certainly didn t want her children to dictate her choices She s a woman after my own heart Jessalyn wondered if You re only as happy as your most unhappy child Is this true Jessalyn wonders if it is a statement of resignation and defeat or a goad to action and change If it means you will never be happy if your child of yours is not happy then you must do all you can to ensure that neither of you unhappy Many characters The Pride and Prejudice Movie Cookbook places to sink your teeth into Galapagos is a stand outHugo Martinez Vietnam Perkasie photographer artist Losing Strength and Dexterity pleasures and rich rewardsI thoroughly loved this bookThank You HarperCollins and Joyce Carol Oats This book will be released on June 9th 2020

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Joyce Carol Oates’s latest novel is a vivid exploration of race psychological trauma class warfare grief and eventual healing as well as an intimate family novel in the tradition of the author’s bestselling We Were the Mulvaneys How ironic that the first chapter of Oates latest novel is about police brutality A timely subject for our country one that needs to be discussed and solutions found I am disappointed therefore that Oates doesn t use this opportunity to fully address these issues after beginning her novel with that dramatic scene but instead writes a rather commonplace story about yet another wealthy white American family that begins to unravel after the death of the patriarch There are five adult children in the McClaren family and the story explores each child s relationship with their parents and each other Oates skill at creating characters is impressive however these are not very likable people How awful that the husband is called Whitey that nickname given to him after his hair turned white at a young age Wouldn t you have refused to let people call you that The most interesting character to me is the mother Jessalyn who went through her married life being coddled by her husband treated like a child not his eual when making important decisions Jessalyn continues to live by herself in the huge historic eight bedroom family home Its size is a bit of an embarrassment but how can it be sold if part of Whitey still remains there if anywhere where she still hears his voice advising her on life I was hoping she d rise up out of her overwhelming grief and take the opportunity to become a fully independent woman for once But no she meets a new man and like a chameleon begins changing to fit his lifestyle values and opinions Unfortunately I ve known several women who changed just like thatOkay so you are probably wondering why I ve given this novel four stars if I have so many criticisms The gesture is a bow to the writer s impressive skills I have to say here though that her habit of using parentheses when the ualifying word or phrase could have stood on its own drove me a little bit crazy after awhile Why Why Why I received an arc of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinions Many thanks for the opportunity Entrepreneurial Vernacular psychological trauma class warfare grief and eventual healing as well as an intimate family novel in the tradition of the author’s bestselling We Were the Mulvaneys How ironic that the first chapter of Oates latest novel is about Advanced C Programming by Example police brutality A timely subject for our country one that needs to be discussed and solutions found I am disappointed therefore that Oates doesn t use this opportunity to fully address these issues after beginning her novel with that dramatic scene but instead writes a rather commonplace story about yet another wealthy white American family that begins to unravel after the death of the Poslije svega (After, patriarch There are five adult children in the McClaren family and the story explores each child s relationship with their Die Herrenschneiderei parents and each other Oates skill at creating characters is impressive however these are not very likable Calling Cards: Uncover Your Calling people How awful that the husband is called Whitey that nickname given to him after his hair turned white at a young age Wouldn t you have refused to let Cities of God people call you that The most interesting character to me is the mother Jessalyn who went through her married life being coddled by her husband treated like a child not his eual when making important decisions Jessalyn continues to live by herself in the huge historic eight bedroom family home Its size is a bit of an embarrassment but how can it be sold if Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone probably wondering why I ve given this novel four stars if I have so many criticisms The gesture is a bow to the writer s impressive skills I have to say here though that her habit of using Pretend God Is Deaf parentheses when the ualifying word or Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide phrase could have stood on its own drove me a little bit crazy after awhile Why Why Why I received an arc of this novel from the Las Puertas Del Amor publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinions Many thanks for the opportunity


10 thoughts on “Night Sleep Death The Stars

  1. says:

    I haven’t read something so good for so long I confess I was scared and my eyes were about to pop out of my sockets as

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    THIS IS STILL MY FAVORITE BOOK THIS YEARJust released todayVERY HIGH RECOMMENDATION TO THOSE READERS WHO ENJOY A GREAT LONG FAMILY SAGAITS GRIPPING from page 1 with a very thought provoking situation RELEVANT to our current events I read this ‘before’ these events I say no about the beginningBut my God I LOVE THIS B

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    This was so good Set in Hammond New YorkI was thoroughly caught up inside the lives and minds of this big familya uite wealt

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    Since Joyce Carol Oates freuently writes about social and political issues at the heart of American society her fiction can often feel eerily prescient But it's an extraordinary coincidence that in the week preceding the publication of her latest novel NIGHT SLEEP DEATH THE STARS widely publicised real life events would so closel

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    Genre Literary FictionFamily SagaPublisher HarperCollinsPub Date June 9 2020Joyce Carol Oates has long been a favorite literary author of mine Just when I think that she can’t do it again—write another gripping family saga—she does The book’s title comes from the closing lines of Walt Whitman’s “A Clear Midnight” The p

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    So I started reading this just before the protests started and I was surprised how relevant the subject matter en

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    Note This is one of the longest reviews I have written in a while It is a plea for the benefits of reading outside one's co

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    In person Joyce Carol Oates JCO has an air almost of detachment looking over your shoulder as if at something o

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    How ironic that the first chapter of Oates' latest novel is about police brutality A timely subject for our country one that needs to be discussed and solutions found I am disappointed therefore that Oates doesn't use this opportunity to fully address these issues after beginning her novel with that dramatic scene but instead writes a rather commonplace story about yet another wealthy white American family t

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    NIGHT SLEEP DEATH THE STARSBY JOYCE CAROL OATESA Clear MidnightThis is thy hour O Soul thy free flight into the wordlessAway from books away from art the day erased the lesson doneThee fully forth emerging silent gazing pondering t

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