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The revenge of the radioactive lady

Elizabeth Stuckey-French

The revenge of the radioactive lady

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Published by Center Point Pub. in Thorndike, Me .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Large type books,
  • Older people,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementElizabeth Stuckey-French
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3569.T832 R48 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24809736M
    ISBN 109781611731347
    LC Control Number2011008587

    Though she did not know this until years later, the effects of the iron caused her to develop several health problems. So she settles on destroying him by ruining the lives of his family, an already messed-up crew. Stuckey-French is known for her dark humor. Or for the fact that she had become the Radioactive Lady.

    The plot was fun - there is no other word for it. She finds a way to meet his grandchildren. I was impressed by all the ways Elizabeth Stuckey-French handled all these different points of view but even more so I was impressed with the way she handled all the various issues the characters had to deal with in the story. Marylou has been plotting her revenge for fifty years. Marylou has separate plans for each family member, all clever, many quite cruel.

    After seeing some of the experiments Otis is conducting in the shed, Marylou decides to report him to the United States Environmental Protection Agency. We can go home. It was easier to despise him now that she had particulars to focus on--his spotty, shaking hand waving in her direction like an underwater plant when he was trying to tell her something but couldn't form the words; his habit of farting like a pack mule when he walked; the way he sat three inches away from the TV screen and stared at the idiotic commercials for Depends diapers as if they were words of wisdom from on high. For me it was like a house of distant relatives that you hardly know and yet still visit from time to time. Marylou explains that while she did intend to destroy their lives, she abandoned that idea because she realized that they were innocent people.


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The revenge of the radioactive lady by Elizabeth Stuckey-French Download PDF Ebook

Great for The revenge of the radioactive lady book quick stay, but anything over an hour and you're ready to fake amnesia and run off into the night. Wilson Spriggs come hell or high water. In the same way, it would often do an The revenge of the radioactive lady book quite well to consider the manuscript as a whole and, in considering it, focus it by removing all extraneous subplots, locales, and supporting characters.

Caroline is going through a mid-life crisis, and is estranged by her husband, Vic. The story is told very much in the style of Carl Hiaasen - with quirky characters and that weird sense of humour that actually makes you laugh at things that don't always seem appriopriate to laugh at in real life.

Their oldest daughter Ava has Asperger syndrome ; along with a severe obsession with Elvis. Overall a good solid book that I enjoyed very much. Perhaps, the reader thinks while reading, if we could have skipped a few errant plot threads, focused things up a bit more, we could have ended up with a better book as a result?

Nor was she prepared to have to watch her only child die of bone cancer at the age of ten. See more. There were so many I may have lost count!

Spriggs has major memory loss - and doesn't seem to recall what he'd done. What do you think you would have done in her situation?

Close X Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter Sign up now. Spriggs is living in Florida with his son's very dysfunctional family. Why or why not? This book was a total hoot! Did you find this technique effective? We don't expect, in comic little-old-lady novels, to encounter childhood cancer, randy preachers and a boy building a homemade breeder reactor in the tool shed.

He lives in Tallahassee with his daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren. But as the seasons changed I got to know each character a little bit more and get a better feel on where Stuckey-French was going with this. Is Mary justified in her revenge? Description This lively, intricately plotted, laugh-out-loud funny, and surprisingly touching family drama combines the wit of Carl Hiaasen with the southern charm of Jill McCorkle.

Only there is one problem - her tormentor has Alzheimer's and doesn't remember a thing.

The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady

Seventy-seven-year-old Marylou Ahearn is going to kill Dr. Do you think such experiments are ever justified? Stuckey-French shows how just one little old five-foot lady can disrupt a family, splitting the homey image of Ward and June Cleaver like an atom.

Including for her daughter, Helen, to die from cancer at only eight years old. Wilson Spriggs. Several hundred pregnant women were given cocktails of radioactive iron, apparently to discover whether radiation could cross the placental barrier.

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