Then Came the Evening
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Then Came the Evening

Title:Then Came the Evening
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  • Jul 31, 2011

    Despite not being the focal point of the narrative, all of the events in Brian Hart's Then Came the Evening can be traced back to one defining moment: Bandy Dorner enlisted for Vietnam. We never know ...

  • Jan 10, 2011

    Sadly, this was not a story for me. The writing style is good, but I am not a huge fan of the language choices and all the sexual references and the story itself failed to draw me in. I would like to ...

  • Dec 19, 2009

    Bandy, a young, hot headed Vietnam vet, rages his personal war with himself, his loved ones and anyone else who happens by, some of them even come out of it alive though few are unscathed. Bandy’s g...

  • Jan 12, 2011

    The opening chapter for this book is a masterstroke of what I think of as "immersion fiction". The reader is dropped into the middle of a big scene with no introduction to the characters or the surrou...

  • May 05, 2010

    This was a first novel by Brian Hart about a Vietnam Vet who murders a deputy sheriff in a small Idaho town, goes to prison, is released after serving 19 years to reunite with his son who was born aft...

  • Jan 10, 2011

    I just won this book! Thank you Goodreads! If you want to read an uplifting and feel good book do NOT read this novel. It is a very dark family drama. Upon returning home from Vietnam, Brandy Dorner c...

  • Mar 13, 2011

    Bandy Dorner emerges from his wrecked car after being roused awake by two policemen. Searching for focus in a dazed stupor, what happens next will send him away to jail for almost twenty years. His wi...

  • Nov 27, 2009

    The two stars is not a reflection of the talent of the writer but rather of the likeability/ relatability of the characters and my general reading experience. The author manages to bring a tenderness ...

  • Mar 02, 2011

    More reviews at The Story Within The StoryBandy Dorner was a hard drinking, hard fighting man when he went to prison for murdering a police officer. Eighteen years later, he is a broken man with deter...

  • Oct 21, 2012

    Bandy Dorner, home from Vietnam, awakes with his car mired in a canal, his cabin reduced to ashes, and his pregnant wife preparing to leave town with her lover. Within moments, a cop lies bleeding on ...