Publish date: October 9th 2007
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 167
Edition language: English
I don't normally read short fiction, but my love for Margo Lanagan's [b:The Brides of Rollrock Island|12009173|The Brides of Rollrock Island|Margo Lanagan|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1326364399s/12009173.jpg|13420646] and my desire for something different encouraged me to pick up Red Spikes, a coll...
And thusly begins my love affair with Margo Lanagan's short stories. It took a few to warm up but by the time I got to A Feather in the Breast of God I was hooked. What is there to not like about a story that is narrated by a budgerigar?The only reason I didn't give this 3 1/2 stars is because I can...
I was a little disappointed with this one after reading "Tender Morsels", which I loved. Not to say I didn't enjoy some of this stories, it's just they didn't really strike a chord with me. They were bizarre enough, but somehow not so memorable. I'm not sure if it was Lanagan's wording in this colle...
After being blown away by Black Juice, I was eager to read more of Margo Lanagan’s short story collections. So off I went to the library and found a lovely hardcover edition of Red Spikes, received by the library on October 16, 2008. It appeared to be untouched and I confirmed this by looking at t...
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