Reading The Paper House By Anna Spargo Ryan Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Longlisted For The Matt Richell AwardThere S Something Magical About The Paper House The Sydney Morning Herald And Then I Was Pregnant, And We Realised We Had No Space For A Baby.We Looked At All Kinds Of Houses Big, New Ones With Columns And Render Little Cottages With Beaten Weatherboard A Yellow Brick Monstrosity With A Paved Yard Where There Should Have Been Grass But We Were Drawn To The Rolling Water And Our Heart Stayed Behind When We Left.Heather And Dave Have Found The Perfect Place To Raise Their First Child The House Has Character, But It S The Garden That Really Makes It Red Faced Impatiens, Pockmarked Gums, Six Upright Pittosporums To Keep The Neighbours Out It S A Jungle A Hiding Place A Refuge.And Then, Without Warning, That Life Is Over.Heartbreaking, Fearless, And Ablaze With A Coruscating Beauty All Its Own, The Paper House Tells The Story Of A Woman Sinking Into The Depths Of Grief, And The Desperate Efforts Of Her Loved Ones To Bring Her Up For Air A Sharp Eyed, Bittersweet Depiction Of The Love Between Parents And Children, And The Havoc That Love Can Wreak.
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- 304 pages
- The Paper House
- Anna Spargo-Ryan
- 14 December 2017 Anna Spargo-Ryan