6 edition of The Eyrie found in the catalog.
May 28, 2008 by Phoenix .
Written in English
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'Eyrie'is, as with most Tim Winton books, a broad, challenging, engaging and at times confusing read. As blasphemous as it might sound I struggled with the first few chapters, anxious to engage with Tom the main character but finding him annoying and self-indulgent/5.
Beautifully written with richly realized characters, Stevie Davies' 'The Eyrie' is the quietly penetrating and perceptively observant story of three women who each demonstrate their own brand of bravery and optimism.5/5(2).
The book, as the title suggests, is about vision, how young and old seek a vantage point, an eyrie, from which s/he might look with (Unusual, as I do not often return to novels).
The Eyrie is a nest for Hannah, Eirlys, and the wonderfully imagined ageing, political agitator Red Dora/5. The Eyrie (pronounced Eerie) is a haunting story that delivers. I really enjoyed the visuals and the narrative was straightforward with enough nuance to keep me interested.
I enjoyed the characters immensely, especially the locals and it felt like you were part of the story as you read it. Would love to read a prequel or a sequel tale in the future.5/5(5).
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In what has been a wonderful year for Australian fiction, Eyrie is a superb novel: a novel of disillusionment and redemption, loss and beauty, the. Scythe Book Review – The Eyrie Scythe the first book in the arc of the scythe trilogy written by author Neal Shusterman.
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Eyrie is a thrilling and vertigo-inducing morality tale, at once brutal and lyrical, from one of our finest storytellers. Here was this stain on the carpet, a wet patch big as a coffee table. He had no idea what it was or how it got there. But the sight of it put the wind right up him. The Eyre Affair is the debut novel by English author Jasper Fforde, published by Hodder and Stoughton in It takes place in an alternativewhere literary detective Thursday Next pursues a master criminal through the world of Charlotte Brontë 's Jane : Jasper Fforde.
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It has no stables, kennels, or smithies, but the towers can house men, and the granary can sustain a small household for a year or d by: George R. Martin. Without spoiling the final moments of the book, Keely’s efforts to redeem himself as a man fall short.
The problem critics and audiences had when reading the last section of Eyrie was that the story ended abruptly without any changes to the events at play. This is a seemingly anti-climactic finish to a book of well-paced actions and events.
Eyrie is a dark but dazzling study of people ance palces on the edge in [Winton's] hands, with his distinctive Australian voice and vernacular, this disquieting story also has the power to surprise and delight—perhaps even to inspire.” —Allison McCullough, The New York Times Book ReviewPages: SAGA In THE EYRIE, Davies writes beautifully, compassionately and has a fine perspective of geographical and social history.' -- Gwyn Griffiths THE MORNING STAR 'Davies's novel exhibits an agile wit, an intuitive understanding of human nature and an unstentimental clarity in.
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This is a fascinating, thought-provoking book.' Publishers Weekly (US) 'Eyrie is breathtaking honest, provocative and brilliant.' William Yeoman, West Australian.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW. Washed-up radio host Tom has hit his lowest point, but a chance encounter in his apartment building’s lobby just might turn his life around. This /5(). Inhabited by unforgettable characters, Eyrie asks how, in an impossibly compromised world, we can ever hope to do the right thing.
Read John Purcell's Review While reading Tim Winton's latest novel, Eyrie, I couldn't help thinking about Charlotte Wood's Animal People, Zadie Smith's NW and to a lesser extent, Julian Barnes' Sense of an Ending.4/5(12).
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At the start, the mystery is abstract, a curiosity. By the end of the book, it has acquired deep personal resonance because a loved one is threatened. The Eyrie was his home, and his family had ruled it well for generations. He spent weeks studying maps, local history, and everything else he could get his hands on.
He knew he wasn't going to step into the role for years, decades even, but he swore he'd be prepared when it happened. Eyrie () is a novel by Australian author Tim Winton. It was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary : Tim Winton. This month one of the most highly anticipated films of the year, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 1, comes out in theater.
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This is not to suggest that Eyrie can be mined for details about its author, but as Winton ages and the body of his work grows, the ghosts that haunt his oeuvre are beginning to stare out at us.
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