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Savage Grace book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A spellbinding tale of money and madness, incest and matricide, Savag. . Savage Grace is a drama film directed by Tom Kalin and written by Howard A. Rodman, based on the book Savage Grace by Natalie Robins and Steven. SAVAGE GRACE. By Natalie Robins and Steven M. L. Aronson. pages. William Morrow. $ WHEN Tony Baekeland, great-grandson.
By offering the reader the actual words of those involved, ''Savage Grace'' avoids the loss of credibility suffered by most novelized renderings of such events, notably due to the attribution to characters of thoughts and feelings that the narrator cannot possibly have known about. Many of the interviews have a special eloquence.
For example, of all those who bear witness to the lurid details of the Baekeland family debacle, none is so interesting a figure as Tony's father, Brooks.
He speaks with the voice of one at once lucid, literate and sophisticated, and yet blind to the most basic needs of the human heart. One frustration in reading ''Savage Grace'' is that it lacks some basic aids that would help the reader intent on piecing together the details of its absorbing story. While the glossary of names of those quoted identifies them in terms of their careers or social station, their proximity to the Baekelands is not mentioned.
It is difficult to know, then, how much credence to give some of the testimony - is it mere gossip?
I wanted Talbot to be forgiven, but she was so mean to him. And really, I didn't understand how she could be SO mad at him but forgive everyone else. She forgave her brother who turned her over to Caleb in the last book without showing any remorse at the time.
Talbot tried to save her.
He tried to prove himself over and over, he begged for Grace to give him another chance throughout the whole book and she just kept snapping at him and lashing out at him. Every time she did it I just wanted to hug the poor guy. The only reason I can think of, that Grace would feel his betrayal so strongly above every one else's is because she had feelings for him in the last book. She was attracted to him. Not like she was with Daniel, but maybe the fact that she did have romantic feelings for him made his lies hurt worse.
I hate that Despain made us fall in love with him in the last book only for him to be the bad guy at the end of this one. I just wanted Talbot to get a second chance and be forgiven. Because my heart broke for Talbot. I even hoped that at the end when he threw the spear, that Grace would have jumped up and shielded Daniel. I thought that was what was going to happen before Jude jumped in the way.
I didn't want Grace to die, but I thought if Talbot saw that he almost killed her, maybe that would have been enough to break him of his hatred. Talbot could have thrown the spear, Grace stopped it with her body, and then as Talbot is crying because he thinks he just killed the only person he loves, Grace forgives him for everything and apologizes to HIM for the way she has been acting the past 2 weeks.
That is how I would have liked for it to end. With Talbot being loved, even if it was just a friendship. So now, Talbot is her nemesis, and there was absolutely no closure there.
What happens next? Because it's left open in a way that makes me think there must be more to come because not everyone was defeated. Not that I want Talbot defeated. Even after everything he did in this book, I still have a soft spot for him. I just hated this part of the story! Alright enough. Moving on.
Slade looked down at Katie, still clinging to his legs, and then back at me. A stricken look crossed his face. He leaned toward me and whispered, "Um. To be clear, are you asking me to kill her and dump her body? I would have liked for him to play a bigger role.
Oh well. The cover is all wrong! I loved the covers of this series. Written by Anonymous.
This film is about a rich but dysfunctional family trying to hang on to each other, ultimately destroying everyone's happiness. I saw this film only because Julianne Moore is in it. Moore is a fine actress who starred in a lot of high quality films. I was hoping "Savage Grace" would be as good as her other films, but I was disappointed. I find the story slow and poorly developed. Things happen without buildup and are poorly explained. The final ending is simply ridiculous, as the unexpected twist on Tony's mental state feels very contrived and unconvincing.
Instead, it fails to be engaging, and the characters not sympathetic. In my opinion, the story unfolds provocatively just for the sake of being provocative. Visit Prime Video to explore more titles. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! IMDb More. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
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Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A dramatization of the shocking Barbara Daly Baekeland murder case, which happened in a posh London flat on Friday 17 November The bloody crime caused a stir on both sides of the Atlantic and remains one of the most memorable American Tragedies Tom Kalin.
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