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Black Rock White City

Bayside hospital is disrupted by acts of graffiti and violence becoming increasingly malevolent For Jovan the mysterious words that must be cleaned away disl I picked this up initially because it is short listed for the Miles Franklin award and I was curious I m not really sure what to make of it a

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Black Rock White City is a novel about the damages of war the limits of choice and the hope of love During a hot Melbourne summer Jovan’s cleaning work at a This is not an easy book to read It is both distressing and elliptical It brushes past moments of trauma and you expect the big reveal and th On the Run Sweet Valley High Super Thriller of war the limits Kidnapped of choice and the hope Undeniably Fated of love During a hot Melbourne summer Jovan’s cleaning work at a This is not an easy book to read It is both distressing and elliptical It brushes past moments The Ira War Strategy Tactics and Military Lessons Csis Significant Issues Series Csis Significant Issues Series of trauma and you expect the big reveal and th

A.S. Patric ☆ 8 Summary

Odge the poetry of the past He and his wife Suzana were forced to flee Sarajevo and the death of their children Intensely human yet majestic in its moral visi This is a new Australian novel about a Serbian couple who have migrated after the Bosnian war Jovan former poet and academic now works as a c


10 thoughts on “Black Rock White City

  1. says:

    A husband and wife flee Sarajevo to find hope in Melbourne They are traumatized by war Once in their new country they remain locked in limited and trapped The story follows their thoughts about this new life as contrasted to

  2. says:

    The Pain of WordsThat's Patric with an accent over the c pronounced something like Patrich I assume that the author like the characters in his debut novel winner of Australia's Miles Franklin Award is an immigrant from the

  3. says:

    This is not an easy book to read It is both distressing and elliptical It brushes past moments of trauma and you expect the big reveal and then it turns away and heads in another direction There are moments of lyrical beauty there is

  4. says:

    35This book was tough in many ways not least of which is how to fairly review it Reading it completed a goal I had set for myself of reading the five books making up the 2016 Miles Franklin shortlist Looking back I see I have resolutely given these books fairly ho hum reviews which would seem to suggest that th

  5. says:

    I picked this up initially because it is short listed for the Miles Franklin award and I was curious I'm not really sure what to make of it and I don't think I really enjoyed it Mostly it was a depressing read I suppose it couldn't help but b

  6. says:

    Holy Shit Bravo Australian emerging writers First novel How can Girl At War be so acclaimed when this book existsGive him all the Australian Awards and get the Americans and Europeans onto him ASAP

  7. says:

    I’m off to Melbourne to catch up with My Friend Jarrod next month and what better way to ready myself than to indulge in new Melbourne fiction And my goodness What fiction this is Five oh five oh five glorious and shining stars Mr Poetic PatricHe can’t speak to any of it because it isn’t about words any It’s about another existence

  8. says:

    This is a new Australian novel about a Serbian couple who have migrated after the Bosnian war Jovan former poet and academic now works as a cleaner at Sandringham hospital Suzanah works as a carer They are deeply damaged and dysfunc

  9. says:

    To be honest I’m still recovering from finishing this book It sucked me in and churned me up then spat me out I felt I had to scrape myself off the floor and piece myself together again It really is an extraordinary novel by an extremely talented writerPatric uses images and characters like intricate building blocks to b

  10. says:

    WORTHY WINNER OF THE MILES FRANKLIN AWARDI am such a fussy reader that 4 stars is very high praise for me Stunning is the word that seems to describe the experience of reading such a 'real' portrait of several damaged but resilient

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