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by Gary Disher
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Gary Disher
  • ISBN:
    1857024850
  • ISBN13:
    978-1857024852
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Fourth Estate Classic House (June 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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    1893 kb
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    1103 kb
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    1774 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
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    700
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Garry Disher has published fifty titles across multiple genres. His last standalone novel, Bitter Wash Road, won the 2016 German Crime Prize, a prize he had previously won twice

Garry Disher has published fifty titles across multiple genres. His last standalone novel, Bitter Wash Road, won the 2016 German Crime Prize, a prize he had previously won twice. When honoured with last year’s Ned Kelly Lifetime Achievement award, he was described by the Australian Crime Writers Association as ‘a giant not only of crime fiction but of Australian letters’.

A powerful and poignant book about love and loss. Shortlisted, National Fiction Award, Festival Awards for Literature 1998. Shortlisted, National Book Council 'Banjo' Award 1996. Shortlisted, Benella Award for Best Audio Book, Braille + Talking Book Library Awards 1997. The effect is like a deepening acquaintance with someone as you discover, over many conversations, a hinterland of unguessed experience. Daily Telegraph, London.

1996) A novel by Garry Disher. This is a moving, powerful novel set in the wheat and wool country of mid-north South Australia. At once the story of a region, a town and people, it is also the story of Anna Tolley - "leggy, wilful and auburn-haired, always answering back" - who lives through momentous changes and earns the envy, love and hatred of those around her. Genre: General Fiction. Used availability for Garry Disher's The Sunken Road.

Gary Fisher promises to take his time when he comes to Storfjord in August. Since 1993, Gary Fisher has been a part of Trek Bicycle, and he is still active in Trek Bicycle. He comes to Lavkarittet as a collaboration with Trek importer Foss Sykler and the ski and bicycle specialist Tromsø Ski & Bicycle.

Books by Gary Fisher. Gary In Your Pocket: Stories and Notebooks of Gary Fisher (Series Q). Jul 18, 1996. by Gary Fisher and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick.

Gary Christopher Fisher (born November 5, 1950) is considered one of the inventors of the modern mountain bike. Fisher started competing in road and track races at age 12. He was suspended in 1968 because race organizers cited a rule that his hair was too long. By 1972 this rule had been repealed and Fisher's career continued. He won the TransAlp race in Europe and a Masters XC national title.

Город: San Francisco, USAПодписчиков: 42 ты. себе: Started racing road and track as a small. себе: Started racing road and track as a small boy, founded a company named MountainBikes in 1979, still riding, making, and talking about bikes.

Anna's life has the flavour of melodrama: a lover lost in Vietnam, a breakdown, a boring husband, an extramarital affair, a dead child, a lesbian daughter and gothic relatives at every turn. From the events in Anna's life this novel explores the workings of memory and the nature of time.

Andronrad
If you are hoping that this book will be like Disher's police procedurals or his Wyatt books, you will be disappointed. This is literary fiction, and the reader has to work at it to get anything out of it. I started this book about three times and quit, but finally when I was on an airplane for 6 hours with nothing else to read, I made it past the first few chapters and began to enjoy it. The story is told in short, episodic and sometimes repetitious chapters that jump back and forth in time and across generations. Eventually one gets a feel for the life of the main character, Anna, but what I took most from the book was a feeling of place and time, hopes and disappointments and human frailty. Go into it with an open mind, and you may enjoy it. Go into it looking for a linear story that can be summed up in a few paragraphs, and you will be disappointed.
Balladolbine
It's impossible to not love anything Garry has written. Another great story!
Uleran
Garry Disher never disappoints. His books give me a chance to visit down under without the plane fare. The sense of place is clear. The history is palpable.
Jonariara
Definitely one outside the box, but intriguing and so enjoyable. Never read anything like it before, but I certainly don't regret reading it. I was surprised that I like it so much.
Gamba
I didn't finish as the style was clearly experimental and I did not like the style. I loved his more traditional novels.
Liarienen
It was a real struggle to read this book wouldn't recommend it to anyone.