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THE SKY UNWASHED
As a kid, I lived not far away from Chernobyl, in my native Ukrainian city, at the time of the accident. I remember the teachers telling us to cover our heads and keep our windows closed in the months after the accident — I remember us not listening at all. I also have these mysterious headaches even now, which no doctors could have ever explained.
There is no other novel out there on the subject as far as I know — just this out-of-print book. Today, I am inexplicably drawn to this blemish of history that still remains relatively obscure.
You introduce me to interesting books. I remember the accident on the news and how it was a huge story. I was young at the time, but thought it was something dark and sinister.
The Sky Unwashed : Irene Zabytko :
And, in the midst of desolation, a tenacious hold on life chimes forth. Poignant and truthful and triumphant, this timeless story is about ordinary people who do more than simply "survive. I gave this book four stars, despite the pedestrian writing, because it manages to be a feel-good book even in the face of government lies, cheating spouses, radiation sickness, starvation and death This book was okay, though not quite as enjoyable as the last few I have read this summer. It's an easy read, but I found that the characters were not completely developed and the incident of