The Colour of Milk
Publish date: December 26th 2012
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Literary Fiction
, 19th Century
The ability to write is so ubiquitous to people in the developed world that it’s easy to forget how powerful a thing it really is. Once we know how to write, then we can share our stories with people we will never meet. When we can write, we can leave a mark on the world that speaks for us when we’r...
Good novel about a young girl on a farm in England (I think) who goes to work for a local minister, and what transpires from there. Nell Leyshon writes in a deliberately naive style; Mary has only just learned to read and write, and writes simply and directly. I enjoyed the book and didn't find it t...
my name is jeanette. j.e.a.n.e.t.t.e.i am very tall and my hair is the colour of weak tea.this is my review and i am writing it by my own hand in the year of our lord twenty-thirteen.i did read this book, and my teeth did grind and my eyes did cross for that there were no upper-case letters on any p...
This left me conflicted.... Definitely crossed the "memorable" threshold, but I can only recommend it as an example of highly-stylized lit-fic.