The Tin Box

The Tin Box BOOK ¾ Kim Fielding
  • The Tin Box
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  • Kim Fielding
  • English
  • 05 January 2017
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About the Author: Kim Fielding

The Tin Box BOOK ¾ Kim Fielding Kim Fielding lives in California and travels as often as she can manage A professor by day, at night she rushes into a phone booth to change into her author costume which involves comfy clothes instead of Spandex and is, sadly, lacking a cape Her superpowers include the ability to write nearly anywhere, often while simultaneously doling out assistance to her family Her favorite word to describe herself is eclectic and she finally got that fourth tattoo.


¾ 0933DB7341 · BOOK Î The Tin Box ✓ Kim Fielding 1132AF143B hours and minutesWilliam Lyon s past forced him to become someone he isn andminutesWilliam Lyon s past forced him to become someone he isn t Conflicted and unable to maintain the charade, he separates from his wife and takes a job as caretaker at a former mental hospital Jelley s Valley State Insane Asylum was the largest mental hospital in California for well over a century, but it now stands empty William thinks the decrepit institution is the perfect place to finish his dissertation and wait for his divorce to book The Tin Box Î The Tin Box ✓ Kim Fielding become final In town, William meets Colby Anderson, who minds the local store and post office Unlike William, Colby is cute, upbeat, and flamboyantly out Although initially put off by Colby s mannerisms, William comes to value their new friendship, and even accepts Colby s offer to ease him into the world of gay sexWilliam s self image begins to change when he discovers a tin box, hidden in an asylum wall since the s It contains letters secretly written by Bill, a patient who was sent to the asylum for being homosexual The letters hit close to home, and William comes to care about Bill and his fate With Colby s help, he hopes the words written seventy years ago will give him courage to be his true self
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5 starsWhile the main story, set in the present, between William and Colby was a good tale of William s coming to terms with his long repressed sexuality with the help of the flamboyant Colby, it was the underlying tale told by letters from the 1930 s that is the heart of this book.
William is acting as caretaker of a defunct asylum while working on his dissertation and finalizing his divorce when he finds a tin box of letters hidden in a wall Written by Bill, a former inmate who was committed 4.
5 starsWhile the main story, set in the present, between William and Colby was a good tale of William s coming to terms with his long repressed sexuality with the help of the flamboyant Colby, it was the underlying tale told by letters from the 1930 s that is the heart of this book.
William is acting as caretaker of a defunct THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERSI m a self centered person books The Tin Box like this, and other things I see from time to time, remind me of this fact Take my back for example I m 33, but I ve got the back of a man in his late 90s I complain about my back constantly telling anyone who will listen all about the fact that I have to sleep on the floor sometimes when I throw my back out while bending over to tie my shoes, but then I get reminded that I m a self centered person when I see the short, yellow THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERSI m a self centered person books The Tin Box like this, and other things I see from time to time, remind me of this fact Take my back for example I m 33, but I ve got the back of a man in his late 90s I complain about my back constantly telling anyone who will listen all about the fact that I have to sleep on the floor sometimes when I throw my back out while be
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5 heart wrenching stars When I finished the last page of this book, I had to take a deep breath and attempted to get my wayward emotions under control.
This is a powerful story, it had me crying, angry, frustrated and mad It also had me laughing and smiling and happy.
We meet William, a soon to be divorced 32 year old trying to finish his dissertation, since he has no place to live he takes the position of caretaker for an old Insane Asylum The story is told from his POV.
To be honest I wasn t 4.
5 heart wrenching stars When I finished the last page of this book, I had to take a deep breath and attempted to get my wayward emotions under control.
This is a powerful story, it had me crying, angry, frustrated and mad It also A good review, this is not going to be Yoda speak much The letters in this book The Tin Box are incredibly heartbreaking, the same way reading about concentration camps and genocide victims wreck me However, MC s love story was light and quirky It is an interesting juxtaposition and I m not sure if it worked 100% of the time However, I was still very moved by the overall story, the combined effect of the letters and William Colby s relationship What can I say, I couldn t put it down.

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