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Free download Rain author Kirsty Gunn 105 æ Twelve year old Janey and her younger brother Jim spend summers at a lake with their parents Ignored for long stretches and then called upon suddenly to mix drinks or receive drunken kisses the children huddle together in tender compulsive closeness Nourished only by their devotion to one another the two fDrinks or receive drunken kisses the children huddle together in tender compulsive closeness Nourished only by their devotion to one another the two fill t. It is rare for me to choose a book at random and really enjoy it Though the plot is not overly deep the language in this book is beautiful and poetic The relationship between siblings in this novice author's debut is touching in a co dependent sort of way and much in contrast to that between the children and adults As uick as it is the book is about 90 pages long RAIN is memorable to say the least I look forward to reading other books by Kirsty Gunn

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Heir neglected hours exploring the lush dangerous landscape and protecting each other from the unpredictable moods of the dark adult world that surrounds th. A dream a nightmare of what it can be like to be an older sister Set in New Zealand so certainly of a time and place If you like prose poetry this is something to read

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Rain author Kirsty GuTwelve year old Janey and her younger brother Jim spend summers at a lake with their parents Ignored for long stretches and then called upon suddenly to mix. This is one of those surprising chance finds that I'd never have picked up if she and I weren't from the same clan This is Gunn's debut novel The prose is wet poignant and understated Give yourself an hour or so on a rainy day and you'll finish it off This is a great example of the kind of captivating prose and powerful story telling I've always aspired to I'm especially impressed with her ability to recapture the feelings of powerlessness in childhood the joy in play and the sadness left in the wake after it's all overThis is a fantastic author and I'm glad to see her career has continued to move forward Looks like I've got some catching up to do with her