Publish date: June 16th 2012
Publisher: House of Anansi Press
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
This book was really close to a five star rating. Ultimately I did not feel like there was quite enough differentiation between the characters and so it ended up as a four star.As an amateur actor (and especially after just finishing Micheal Green's Art of Coarse acting), I liked some of Anne's com...
It was okay, but I didn't bother to finish it. I know why would I rate it a 3 then? Well I think other people will like it.
I like a book that explores human emotion and how one deals with trauma. This book handles the subject very well and shows how people deal with trauma in different ways.Tug is haunted by his time in Africa and finds it extremely difficult to cope in the comfortable world. Annie struggles with her ...
3.5 stars. Understated yet enjoyable book with very real characters, but no strong plot.I liked the way this book was written. I don’t remember the author going into much detail describing the characters, but I found it very easy to imagine these characters as real people to the point where halfway ...
The writing was fine. I just didn't feel anything for the characters or the plot at all.
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