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Ndships will be broken virginity lost love unleashed and secrets buriedA decade later one is dead one is famous two are getting married and the truth is about to erupt Wildly funny brutal tender and true How It Feels is a coming of age story set in Sydne. A coming of age sob story about on of the most licentious and odious character I ve come across yetHow It Feels was for me painful to read as Neil protagonist writes about

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How It Feels

I had no idea how free we were That's how free I wasAn old friend a best friend a first love and the dreamer Neil Cronk who connects them allFour schoolfriends are on the verge of adulthood and the next 12 hours will change the course of their lives Frie. For various reasons I came to this book expecting great things than that I anticipated that it would open up a bit of that magic the kind that alters you subtly but surel A Tangled Affair (The Pearl House you subtly but surel

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Y's Sutherland Shire with stopovers in Bathurst and London Brendan Cowell's electrifying debut novel is a devastating ode to youth capturing the beauty of growing up by the beach and the darkness which moves beneath its surface Because this is how it fee. This book engulfed me beyond anticipation that s for sureDefinately bluntly humourous which complements the raw language used in Cronk s drug induced experiences of his ad Once More a Family youth capturing the beauty of growing up by the beach and the darkness which moves beneath its surface Because this is how it fee. This book engulfed me beyond anticipation that s for sureDefinately bluntly humourous which complements the raw language used in Cronk s drug induced experiences of his ad


10 thoughts on “How It Feels

  1. says:

    For various reasons I came to this book expecting great things than that I anticipated that it would open up a bit of that magic the kind that alters you subtly but surely among your people so you see them all a little better Why we place that kind of hope and the burden of that hope on an author and his novel makes me a

  2. says:

    Swanna's eyes were somehow harmless like cardigansI half spewed some lemon chicken and punched the wall My fist hurt because I had just punched the wall with itI would have liked this book if I didn't read it

  3. says:

    The main character is arrogant egotistical and imploding ie an arse and it's hard to sympathise with him I understand that the story is about intensity of youth which can be stupid and destructive but these things make How it feels an uncomfortable readI suffered through the first third of the book waiting to un

  4. says:

    I found this book to be extremely depressing The writing seems to be really well done and I can visualise the whole thing as it happens I can easily see it being a movie but the subject matter wasn't my cup of tea

  5. says:

    A coming of age sob story about on of the most licentious and odious character I've come across yetHow It Feels was for me painful to read as Neil protagonist writes about a good decade of his life where he manages to repeatedly betray forsake decieve and hurt his friends who never seem to stop caring about him although I

  6. says:

    Hmmm what to say about this one I'm a little torn I suppose I should say firstly that I couldn't put this down but at the same time I didn't enjoy it It was like watching a train crash in slow motion I couldn't t

  7. says:

    After spending four days with Brendan Cowell's main character Neil Cronk it has taken me a week to figure out what sort of head trip Cronk took me on All I can come up with is that it's a bit like sex with the ex Oh so good and oh so wrong Particularly when the ex resembles all those remnants of the past that we

  8. says:

    This book engulfed me beyond anticipation that's for sureDefinately bluntly humourous which complements the raw language used in Cronk's drug induced experiences of his adult life and youth This is one of those books that has moments

  9. says:

    Definitely for older readers 16 as it is very explicit in placesThere is not one false note in this novel Every sentence is true and real Here is a real antidote to the grotesue depiction of 'The Shire on TV As a theatre director Cowell skillfully weaves the time seuence of the narrative to explore every facet of

  10. says:

    I have very mixed feelings about this book; growing up in a small coastal town in Australia I could certainly relate to Neil and his friends who could of been my friends; and the relationship between these friends is tender raw and touching and certainly cuts to the heart of this story However it all seems to unravel into a narciss