The Giant's House - Elizabeth McCracken Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099739917 / Author: Elizabeth McCracken / Genre: Fiction / Set in a small town on Cape Cod in 1950, this tells of the relationship ... more
The Giant's House - Elizabeth McCracken ... between Peggy Cort, a 28-year-old librarian, and James Carlson Sweatt, an over-tall 11-year-old. They are odd candidates for friendship, but they still find their lives entwined in ways that neither one could have predicted.
Newest Review: ... ha ha) little book. I was attracted to it as I was attracted to the character of Peggy Cort. I tend to shy away from ... more
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by - written on 02/09/06 (Very useful, 73 readings)
There are not many giants featured in the general fiction section of the library. They tend to be confined either to the childrenís section or perhaps fantasy. They are usually blood thirsty, cruel monsters (well apart from the Big Friendly Giant). There is an exception James Sweatt in the Giantís House is a normal teenage boy except that he is eight feet tall. The giantís House by Elizabeth McCracken is a novel set in 1950s small-town America. Peggy Cort is the townís librarian who becomes emotionally attached to James Sweatt, the giant of the tittle. At first it is a general interest as James is barely out of childhood. As time goes by and James grows into a ... Read the complete review
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