Tell the Wolves I'm Home
Publish date: 2012 (data przybliżona)
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Oh my, what a book; heartbreaking, uplifting, thought-provoking and totally stunning. I’m so glad I finally got around to reading this wonderful debut. I’m not quite sure how to categorize this book. It’s a coming of age story. It’s a story about first love. This book tells the tale of the afterma...
I don't have much to say - it is just wonderful. I loved every word and I can't add anything to that!
"Watching people is a good hobby, but you have to be careful about it. You can’t let people catch you staring at them. If people catch you, they treat you like a first-class criminal. And maybe they’re right to do that . Maybe it should be a crime to try to see things about people they don’t want yo...
Just finished it. I'm in a delicious book coma, where I only have one foot in this reality, and one foot in the book's--1980's New York as AIDS was cutting a swath through a bright and beautiful population, and one where, within, the medieval lands of wolves and music and art could be with you if yo...
This was fabulous and I loved it; I think it's one of the best novels I've read in ages. It's very sad and beautifully written.My favourite parts were the way it explored the relationship between the two sisters. Greta and June were both were credible characters flipping between childhood and adoles...
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