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The Turning Paperback – 7 Jul 2006
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‘The laureate of Western Australia is back . . . this is like Carver, happily with a very large dose of Winton’ Time Out
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‘Sublime. Winton is a great writer’ Daily Mail
‘Vivid, elegiac and humorous . . . and told in a relaxed prose that frequently strikes sparks’ Daily Telegraph
‘Winton is marvellous at locating the small moment of crisis. His prose is leavened throughout by a kind of poetry . . . so exquisitely written, so precise in its construction, that it is a joy to read’ Sunday Telegraph
‘Winton is a poet of baffled souls . . . Always a writer of crystalline prose, his lines of sinewy leanness achieve such clarity here that it seems one is reading line after line of perfect music. His unbounded humanity and his sympathy for his characters descend on them like grace as they struggle to salvage their lives’ The Times
An outstanding work of fiction from a 'world class novelist' (Daily Express)
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feel good read but a must for lovers of language.