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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Natchez Burning by Greg Iles. Natchez Burning Penn Cage, 4 4. But now the beloved family doctor is accused of murdering Viola Turner, the beautiful nurse with whom he worked in the early s. A fighter who has always stood for justice, Penn is determined to save his father.

The quest for answers sends Penn deep into the past—into the heart of a conspiracy of greed and murder involving the Double Eagles, a vicious KKK crew headed by one of the wealthiest and most powerful men in the state. Now Penn must follow a bloody trail that stretches back forty years, to one undeniable fact: Hardcover , pages. Published April 29th by William Morrow first published March 13th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Natchez Burning , please sign up. I have heard this is a long read I have limited reading time and I try to use it well, and to learn something or feel uplifted. Gonzales Do not read this book if you want to feel uplifted because it's a fictional book that deals with such a dark and depressing time in our history.

I …more Do not read this book if you want to feel uplifted because it's a fictional book that deals with such a dark and depressing time in our history. I found it a great read and not long at all as it flows so easily. The minute I finished it I downloaded his next book in the series, The Bone Tree, which picked up exactly where this one left off. I have read where some people just could not get into it but I can't understand why.

It was a major page-turner for me. On top of that, it is very well written. Did anyone else find this a hard depressing read? Maybe I didn't read far enough. Quarter of the way through.

Does it get better? Craig Bialy It is a depressing read, but this story needs to be told. Growing up in Louisiana and a grandmother from Natchez I remember hearing these stories told …more It is a depressing read, but this story needs to be told. Growing up in Louisiana and a grandmother from Natchez I remember hearing these stories told in whispered voices.

At the time I couldn't imagine something like this took place here, but I later found out these stories were real. See all 24 questions about Natchez Burning…. Lists with This Book. My god, have I been living under a rock? Further still, something, rang familiar, but what?

A quick scan of my physical shelves gave it up. I have another one of Iles books languishing there as yet unread. Let me tell you that will change. I was not however, prepared to be knocked off my socks, but I was. This man writes with the absolute authority of someone who knows well, his landscape, but he My god, have I been living under a rock?

This man writes with the absolute authority of someone who knows well, his landscape, but he still wants you to meet its people, gradually, over time, as the story builds. Which it does, every page led to the next and even though I knew I should stop reading right then, I could not talk myself into doing so. With each page the story grew, with me held firmly in its claws, my eyes burning every time I put it down!

But put into practice, this adage could cloak almost any sin. Perhaps we expect too much of our fathers. How many men deserve that kind of trust? It is set in modern day Natchez, Mississippi. Tom Cage, who is a pillar; beloved by the community. In order to help his father, Penn will need to know what really happened here, a long time ago. And his Dad is not talking. I double dog dare you to put it down! View all 52 comments. May 03, Susan May rated it it was ok Shelves: I don't understand all the great ratings.

It started off well but I couldn't stand the repetition of the same information. By page , it really slows down. By I skipped to the last chapter and I don't think I missed anything. And this is the 1st of a trilogy. How can you not tell a full story in pages?? This book would gave been great if it was cut to pages. View all 75 comments. Sep 14, Susanne Strong rated it it was amazing Shelves: Natchez Burning is an epic story of family, friends, the KKK, an off shoot group called the Double Eagles and race relations in the South.

How far each group will go to take care of and protect each other. And the past refuses to stay buried. Penn is a former prosecutor. Cage is an old scho 5 Stars. Cage is an old school doctor who still makes house calls and treats everyone the same, regardless of their skin color, which is very rare in Natchez and was even rarer back when Dr.

Cage was a young physician. It was downright scary and in this series, it still is. The Double Eagles have made sure of that. Viola Turner, is Dr. Here, she returns to Natchez from Chicago to die. Not wanting to suffer, she turns to Dr.

Years prior, she and Tom Cage were engaged in an illicit affair. Illicit because she is black and he is not. And he was and is married. Cage is accused of performing physician assisted suicide on his former nurse. Cage to suffer for his crimes and his anger burns something fierce.

Adding to this delightful story is another reporter, Henry Sexton, who has dedicated his life to solving old crimes from the civil rights era, which puts him in terrible danger. He is tenacious and crazy brave.

Penn Cage has always believed in right and wrong. In the strength of family. His beliefs are tested. Nothing is what it seems. When his father gets arrested, Penn Cage is forced to examine everything he holds dear and the life he thought he knew like the back of his hand.

Penn discovers that Natchez was and is the site of the violent race crimes involving the Double Eagles, and that Viola Turner was a victim of their heinous acts, as were several others including civil rights activists, Luther Davis and Jimmy Revels brother of Viola Turner. This leads Penn down a path he never anticipated..

He discovers that his father has kept secrets for years.. Natchez Burning is masterful storytelling. Not once does the story suffer from being long or drawn out.

You are glued to every single page. Though the story contains race relations and racial violence Greg Iles handles those moments quite skillfully. This is a powerfully, ambitious novel that pulls you in at the get go. It would be a shame to pass it by.

It is Greg Iles at his best my friends.

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It later occurred in the main story involving why Ash caught dozens of Grimer. Yes Bulbasaur, they really were being controlled by his possible half sister. The Discworld -themed fics of A. Pessimal take their cue from Terry Pratchett in that many of the most seemingly absurd, ridiculous or generally Up to Eleven concepts incorporated genuinely are taken from real life.

Copious footnotes are freely used to emphasize this point. For instance, the toxic state of, err, Smith-Rhodesia really is based on a real country on Earth, or at least as it was up till And one of the most nightmarish characters in it is, word-for-word, a real person who incredibly achieved high political office in that country, who almost single-handedly made our Rhodesia a pariah state.

There are many more such examples in Pessimal's writing. Southern Africa really was that weird and generally unpleasant if your skin wasn't sufficiently white. There are lots of examples of this in Pessimal, which tend to be acompanied by exploratory footnotes. Leading to the in-joke among savvier Brit expats - "Where shall we pectopah tonight? First when mention is made of William III dying from his horse tripping over a mole, then when bringing up the sex chair designed by Edward VII, E has to reiterate that those things really happened.

Rapunzel", from HU8, when Priscilla Northwest who's playing Rapunzel's mother says that she only wants to eat rapunzel flowers, the narration takes the time to clarify that that actually happens in the original fairytale. In Neither a Bird nor a Plane, it's Deku! As I'm sure we all know, you scored first place in the exam. What was your record in the ball throw back in junior high? Even less happy It's the first day of school, so you know nothing about me, but I'm going to tell you right here and now that it's not a good idea to be the smartass in my class.

That's not what I'm doing! It's just that my Quirk isn't the kind of Quirk I can just turn on and off on command. If I want to use less power, I have to consciously put in the effort to put out less power, but that's not the easiest thing to do, especially when I'm doing physical activities.

Even though I'd always try and restrain myself, I'd always end up using too much power, and then the teacher would get mad at me because, like you said, we aren't supposed to use Quirks or other abilities for this kind of stuff-". American Hustle humorously opens with "Some of this happened.

Spalding Gray swears he's not making anything up - except that the banana sticks to the wall. You'll know it when you hear it. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. The screenwriter kindly informs us at the start of the movie that "Most of what follows is true. The end of C. The Confederate States of America has a section dedicated to showing the reality behind some of the wilder aspects of the Alternate History.

The poster tagline for Charlie Wilson's War reads: You think we could make this up? The unlikely true story of a gay con man escaping from a Texas prison five times to be reunited with his boyfriend who he met in prison , becoming the CFO of a major company, faking his own death, and impersonating doctors, lawyers, FBI agents, etc, along the way.

Hard to believe, right? So the filmmakers begin with this disclaimer in the opening credits: The movie is completely fictional, but the Coen Brothers claim that some pieces of it came from various real cases.

DeMille 's silent melodrama The Godless Girl takes place for the most part in a reformatory ruled by a cruel head guard. A title card appears mid-film that claims that the guard's abuses of the inmates and the horrible conditions of the facility are commonplace in many reformatories, and attention must be called to this for the better rehabilitation of our delinquent youth.

Imagine you want to make, essentially, an armored Humvee for fast troop transport but your higher-ups kept adding More Dakka to the Cool Car to the point of actually endangering the troops and when your idea is finally made in the way you wanted it to be in the first place you're fired and the dakka-obsessed generals get promoted.

The Battle of Midway: A documentary short that featured live footage of the Real Life attack on Midway Atoll. The color guard at Midway goes out at on June 4 to raise the flag, as they do every day. With Japanese bombs raining down all around them. As the flag goes up the pole the narrator says "Yes. The film Pain and Gain takes many pains to impress upon us that is is a true story, including interrupting a scene in which The Rock is grilling hands on a barbecue grill with the message "This is still a true story.

One of them is a moment where doomsayer Mark Baum is holding a debate with an analyst who believes Bear Sterns stock is rock solid, at the exact moment when Bear Sterns stock starts tanking.

In the early s, Hollywood studios would take pains to get around The Hays Code , just then emerging, by including written disclaimers at the beginning of their films insisting that any depiction of controversial social or political conditions was true-to-life as well as emphasizing that the producers did not condone any of the behavior or attitudes displayed in a particular film.

Such a disclaimer was seen at the very beginning of Cabin in the Cotton , an early "social-problem" film and famously featuring the then-teenage Bette Davis 's first major role , which Warner Bros. The filmmakers claimed that they just wanted to show social conditions as they really were and did not intend to take sides. But the bulk of the story's sympathy obviously lies with the sharecroppers, and Cabin in the Cotton winds up having an ideological slant sufficiently leftist to have made it the first American film to be approved for screening in communist countries.

Inverted at the beginning of The Hunt for Red October , which states that "nothing of what you are about to see At the end of the film, a montage showed pictures of real-life white college students doing just that. An opening title asserts that the movie is based on true events and then continues This period romantic comedy from late Victorian London chronicles the invention of a vibrator.

Okay, are you making some of those up? Might be worth a Google. Inverted by humorist W. He states "So what really happened? I think it would be best for everyone if you regard every single thing you just read as a complete fiction.

That's certainly how I see it, anyway. Although Tom Sawyer is not a real person, the book is told from Huck Finn's perspective, and therefore Tom is real to the narrator because they are from the same universe. Mark Twain, and he told the truth, mainly. There was things which he stretched, but mainly he told the truth Mary, and the Widow Douglas, is all told about in that book—which is mostly a true book; with some stretchers, as I said before.

Only the gods are real. The Musical , Robert Rankin annotates one of his Bible quotes "and I heard the voice of harpers harping with their harps " with " Revelation Look it up if you don't believe me. Of course, sometimes he is anyway. On occasion, when he's reporting something genuine but really ridiculous, he'll say something like "I'm pretty sure I must have made this up.

Inverted in Complete World Knowledge. Each books starts with a reminder that John Hodgman is making this up. Although he has insisted that one blurb on the back of the first book , a letter of praise from a magus of the Church of Satan, is, in fact, genuine, although Hodgman himself is not a Satanist. In the afterword of Lords of the Bow , the author describes several areas where the novel differed from history — and at the very end, points out that the incident where several thousand young women jumped from the walls of Yenking now Beijing to their deaths rather than starve to death during the Mongol siege actually happened.

In the Author's Note at the end of The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents , Terry Pratchett points out two plot points from the book that were taken from real life facts or events regarding rats. He also notes, "Most of the true stuff — or, at least, the stuff that people say is true — is so unbelievable that I didn't include it in case readers thought I'd made it up. Try the clam chowder while you're there.

At the end of All-Consuming Fire , there's an epilogue, in which Benny Summerfield, having finished reading All-Consuming Fire by John Watson , queries the Doctor about such details of Victorian life as using strychnine as a flavouring for beer, and filtering sugar through bull's blood.

He assures her they're all true. Apocryphal stories have grown up about Douglas's superhuman ability to miss deadlines. Upon closer inspection, they all seem to be true. This is an actual question submitted to me during a question-and-answer period.

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