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I got this book latest evening when it dropped into my Kindle. I read it in less than a day. I couldn't not. It's the kind of story that, while you're reading it and the dogs have to go out or you have to eat dinner, it's an annoyance to have to stop to attend to those daily happenings that you normally look forward to. It's the kind of book that, when you know you're getting to the end, you read a couple of pages and stop, and then go back to it and read a couple of more pages. You know the end of the story is coming, but you don't wish it to obtain herine Ryan Hyde is a masterful story teller. She has hundreds of stories to tell and will tell them all, I believe, just as excellently as she has told this one. I have read most of her books, and I have loved them all, but this one is the best one. Full avery and courage are two various things, and the difference is drawn so well in this story. Courage is mental. Bravery is physical. Each of the characters in this book have bravery and courage, in various amounts, for various reasons and at various times. Abuse, interracial relationships, fear of the unknown and fear of what you know is out there, are all examined here. Leave-taking and coming together are examined. Patience is examined. Love is at the root of it all.Ryan Hyde's books usually involve animals in their plots. This one is no different, but the involvement of the animals brings out the courage of the characters. With the exception of one brave act by one of the animals, the courage and bravery rests with the humans in this book - to face uncertainty, hatred, bigotry, every word of this book. Every word of this book is important. This book is a masterpiece.
So here's the poor news: Every Catherine Ryan Hyde book has to end and that moment just never stops sucking. But the amazing thing is that she keeps writing and sharing these awesome soul stories with us.What I love/hate most about this book is how timely the notice is, even though it's set in the fifties and sixties. I want the prejudices from which these characters suffer were as unimaginable as their lack of iPads. Unfortunately, the part that hit me the hardest was how deeply we keep onto these ideas that damage other people. How hard it is for us to allow them go.But here's what Catherine does for us and why she is such an inspiring human to me: Each and every one of her books is a voice for the future. Each time she tells a story, she's doing a lot more than entertaining us. She's asking us to imagine a globe that's quite a bit better than the one we have right now. She's asking us to believe in humanity. To search the little pinpricks of light in the darkness and actively seek to light more because that's the only method anything ever changes.And it DOES change. Though we have so far to go still, this is no longer the same globe that wasn't ready for Calvin and e future is with Catherine, in her unshakable faith in humans.And so am I.
When I finished Say Goodbye my first thought was what a amazing book this is. My second thought was surprise. I don't remember ever seeing a book that was rated entirely with five stars. The book deserves this rating. It's themes were interesting and well supported. The characters showed intense feelings that were appropriate to the circumstances. I know I can count on Catherine Ryan Hyde giving me hours of reading e primary theme explored in this book is amazing vs evil. The setting is Texas 1959 and segregation is the norm. Interracial marriage is forbidden.Dr Lucy is a medical doctor who cares for injured and abandoned animals and the occasional criminal to support pay for the animals she saves. She's a prickly sort of person who prefers the company of animals to e is young boy on his method to go fishing when he discovers an injured dog off the side of the road. It's a huge dog and his back leg looks wrong. The issue is how to transport him to the doc. He remembers an old wagon in his garage that might just work. He feels a bond with this dog and doesn't wish to leave him but knows he must. When he returns, Pete is able to maneuver the animal into the wagon and heads out to the doc.Justin, who has just moved into the area, sees Pete and the dog and asks if he can walk along with them. As they walk, they obtain to know one another. It seems they might be friends. Pete's dad doesn't agree. He tells Pete to hold to his own kind (white people) and whips him so hard with the belt he draws blood.I really like Pete. He has a method about himself that is honest and straightforward. It's awesome that he was able to survive growing up with a father who is so brutal. It gets so poor for him that he winds up living with Miss Lucy when his dad disowns him and tells him to never come ere is so much going on in this story, I can't really do it justice in a review. If you like a story that is compelling and really grabs you right from the beginning and doesn't allow go to the very end, read this book now. It is well worth the time it takes to read
I love this author and the in-depth characters she creates. She usually has kids in the story, and this book is no different. Set in the late 50s, the main character, Pete, finds a dog that [email protected]#$%! by a vehicle along the side of the road. He manages to load the dog into his wagon after a lengthy dialogue with the animal to gain his confidence. They then walk miles to Dr. Lucy's house so she can treat the dog, who turns out to be part wolf. Pete makes mates with Justin, a younger black boy along the way. The two boys become friends, as do Dr. Lucy and Justin's father. A forbidden romance blossoms before Calvin and Justin must move away. Meanwhile, Pete's abusive father disowns him and he stays with Dr. Lucy. Years later the characters come back together when the laws change on mixed marriages. I only gave the book four stars because it was a small predictable,but still an perfect read.
This is a rather various story from ones I've read in the past, and I believe this is my first by Ms. Hyde. It is interesting, and while the developments are not as I'd expected, that's amazing because it kept the story interesting. I loved the characters, and the involvement of the animals, expecially the "wolf dog" and the relationship with the boy in the story. I look forward to finding other books by Catherine Ryan Hyde.
4.5 starsSay Goodbye for Now is a beautifully written book that will stay with me for a long while. While the summary for the book focuses on the relationship between Dr. Lucy and Calvin, I felt the main hero was actually Pete Solomon, who has become my favorite adolescent hero in fiction today. Pete is such a kind and caring individual whose story is heart-breaking; I was rooting for him the entire book and was so thankful that he met Dr. e story opens in 1959 in a little West Texas town. Dr. Lucy has lived on her own for a long time and has become very comfortable with her solitary lifestyle. Pete finds a wounded wolf-dog on the side of the street and eventually ends up on Dr. Lucy’s doorstep seeking treatment for the not good animal. On his method to Dr. Lucy’s house, Pete befriends an African-American boy named Justin. Numerous city residents including Pete’s horrible father harass Pete for befriending Justin. Pete’s visit to Dr. Lucy and his friendship with Justin set off a chain of happenings that will change all of their lives forever.Hyde's characters are carefully crafted, and the protagonists are exactly the type of people I would have fun getting to know. Their relationships evolve authentically, and Dr. Lucy and Pete develop a attractive connection with each other, as do Dr. Lucy and Calvin, Justin’s father. Racial tensions in the 1950’s and 1960’s in the South frequently ran high, and Hyde realistically portrays this issue. My one little quibble was the novel’s resolution was wrapped up a small too is was my first time to read a book by Catherine Ryan Hyde, and I cannot wait to read some more. Years ago I saw the film Pay it Forward and thoroughly enjoyed it. Until I picked up Say Goodbye For Now to actually read it, I didn’t realize she had written the book that film was based on. I have some catching up to do with regard to her numerous books!I highly recommend this heartbreaking but redemptive tale. Plan to have plenty of Kleenex nearby when you read it. Thanks to the publisher for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
I read quite a bit, and have fun most books. This, however, has to be one of the BEST I have read in YEARS! I pay attention to the Star ratings on the books I choose, so I prefer to test the higher scoring ones of course. For this reason, I am very selective about giving away 5 stars. With this book, I want there were 10 STARS available because it is worth every one! Story line, hero development, speed of the story, and tissues consumed all contribute to why this was so exceptionally powerful. Does Ms. Hyde always write this way? I sure hope so!!
I love this book and I did not wish it to end! A wolf-dog brought the young boy, Pete, and the lady doctor, Dr. Lucy, together, and their lives are irrevocably changed. Pete becomes mates with Justin, a black boy, and the ugly racism of the 1950's raises its ugly head. Dr. Lucy finds a forbidden is is a book about four people whose lives become intertwined with some disastrous results. This is a book of lovely hero development. I am now a huge fan of Catherine Ryan Hyde, and immediately upon completion of the instant novel, I started another.
The author is a master at hero development. I have fun a story with leading characters I would befriend in true life. Catherine Ryan Hyde stories have a powerful thread of justice running through them. Mans' Inhumanity to man and animal is always worth close examination. I appreciate a character, like Petey, who finds the courage to speak versus the rhaps the ending was a small weak when it emphasized the adults' relationship more than that of the youth. The ending was predictable. Still, a solid story.
Actually, maybe this is a 4 1/2 star as I did skim through a few pieces. There were just a couple repetitive sections - maybe for clarification or reinforcement? All in all a amazing story reflecting a time that I am familiar with. The time was well represented and real enough. Characters were well developed, too. I want the author had spent just a small more time in setting the scenes with info and descriptions. Just a small would have defined the era better. All in all another amazing Hyde read.
This the latest book Buchwald wrote, but if you'll come to know him by reading this, it will be your first, for sure. From "I'll always have Paris", he considered is best, to "We'll laugh again" one of his best, that's his life. And those are only some of the books I still remember to have read, while smiling. Because memories of them are permanent happiness for you. This is Buchwald at the begin of "From the Halls of Montezuma ..." at page 62 : " The Comandant of the Marine of the United States Marine Corps, General Mike Hagee, visited me and I told him all about my life in the Marines, which was quite various from his. Like all Marines, I inflated the role I played during Globe Battle II". What I have to write more about.
Like what they said "bad thing happens to amazing people". I read a segment from Reader Digest's at my son's dental office, I kept laughing and smiling until I finished it and wanted to buy a book. A week later it was on the evening news that he just passed away. A life chop too short from the illness but he was very optimistic with his disfunctional body parts and enjoyed teasing with death everyday. It makes you feel like it's ok to die sooner or later because you have no choice. You need to be prepared and hope for the best. Surrounded by closed family and amazing mates who still keep on to you. I enjoyed the book from the beginning till the end and recommend to people who are still greedy, never have enough and think that cash is their god who will secure their life. This book will pull you back and give you peace of mind.