The Carousel

The Carousel

Stefani Deoul / Jan 21, 2020

The Carousel A bone weary emotionally drained woman shows up one morning at a diner and gas station in a small Northeast town Intending to refuel on gas and coffee and just keep driving she is drawn instead to a

  • Title: The Carousel
  • Author: Stefani Deoul
  • ISBN: 9780964664890
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • A bone weary, emotionally drained woman shows up one morning at a diner and gas station in a small Northeast town Intending to refuel on gas and coffee and just keep driving, she is drawn instead to a pile of discarded carousel horses at the junkyard next door Her find begins a ripple of gossip, mystery, and a restorative journey for the horses, herself, and the curiousA bone weary, emotionally drained woman shows up one morning at a diner and gas station in a small Northeast town Intending to refuel on gas and coffee and just keep driving, she is drawn instead to a pile of discarded carousel horses at the junkyard next door Her find begins a ripple of gossip, mystery, and a restorative journey for the horses, herself, and the curious collection of townspeople taking the tumultuous ride of hope, patience and a chance to grab the brass ring.

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    1. The Carousel is like no other lesfic book I’ve ever read. The scenes are very short, shifting from person to person in town, sometimes even shifting perspective from one person to another within the same scene. The tone is quite dark and uncomfortable at first, and yet the writing is gorgeous, whether on the first page or the last.Full review: thelesbianreview/carou


    2. If somebody would have told me how much I'd enjoy reading a novel about restoring old carousel horses, I would have laughed at them.Stefani Deoul's "The Carousel" caught me from the first page; spellbound me, would be more correct. Wanted to read it fast to find an answer to the mystery, wanted to read it slow because I didn't want the story to end.And it's not only about restoring old carousel horses, it's about love and grief, faith and friendship, courage and perseverance.This is one the most [...]


    3. "Through the yellowed haze of her headlights, Millie Hickson saw the strange car parked outside as she pulled in to open for her morning shift at the Old Town Diner and Gas. Even at this hour, before dawn's early light made its appearance, the vehicle appeared unremarkable but for the layers of dust and mud consuming every inch of it."Thus begins a novel set in an unnamed town in the northeastern United States when a mysterious woman stops there after an aimless road trip. The use of a phrase fr [...]


    4. reviews: "Wonderful! What a delight - absolutely full fleshed characters and the visualizations from the writing placed me front and center the journey was a total pleasure. thanks so much - this was a memorable adventure.""Some books are more than the sum of their parts, transcending their base elements to become deeper and more important than they might seem at first. They provide the comfort of traveling to a known destination in familiar surroundings but take an interesting and surprising ro [...]



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