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Oast they discover a natural world that is both destructive and rejuvenating Events sweep them up and they must confro. well crafted tale of a seachange and an awakening to living in the bush environment with an interesting undercurrent of loss and redemption which is tenderly resolved

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Vertigo A Novella

Nt what they have tried to put behind them Veritgo is an enthralling short novel by one of Australia's leading writers. A beautiful uiet little pastoral in two senses a lyrical story of life in the country explicitly but also concerning a sort of spiritual guidance I really have nothing to complain about with the writing other than the inclusion of one or two adverbs that I think no one should use Crazily is a word that ought not to exist at all in my opinion The plot is perfectly paced the themes are touching The addition of miniature photographs works very well This is the second time I have read this book and I will continue to return to it for a long time I believe

Amanda Lohrey Ù 6 review

Luke and Anna decide on a sea change They leave the city fleeing a past and a future that fill then with fear On the c. This was my second novella by Australian writer now my favorite Amanda LohreyWhat a well written story liked it a lot Published in 2009 still relevant could be easily written this year real excellent very Australian A lot of maturity and life experiences in A Lohrey s writingGreat


10 thoughts on “Vertigo A Novella

  1. says:

    I read the first paragraph a straight forward yet evocative one and immediately had to read the book I was appalled to discover that neither of my local libraries had a copy It was Christmas Eve and I had my Mum staying so I bought the book online and read it on my laptop over the public holidays It should have gone to my

  2. says:

    Certainly fluent; some wonderful description of nature; to me felt rather mannered and like it had been worked over by editors and creative writing teachers for ever which I guess produces a certain effect poetic and I can see how it is a sensitive treatment of grief However to me the book distanced me I never uite felt th

  3. says:

    This was my second novella by Australian writer now my favorite Amanda LohreyWhat a well written story liked it a lot Published in 2009 still relevant could be easily written this year real excellent very Australian A lot of maturity and life experiences in A Lohrey's writingGreat

  4. says:

    Fabulous a great uick read

  5. says:

    Bought this book at lunch time and had finished it by bed Its a uick but charming story about 30 something couple that head outta the city for a seachange Reminded me of winton and garner with simple vivid descriptions and the smell of austral

  6. says:

    well crafted tale of a 'seachange' and an awakening to living in the bush environment with an interesting undercurrent of loss and redemption which is tenderly resolved

  7. says:

    A mature age poignant ghost story set beside the sea on the south coast of NSW; a place of leaving behind and forgetting Its slight novella size slips into the cracks of your own experience and because it is so elusively written that it becomes your story too Everyone has experienced a loss a need for change and uestions how they would react to life’s great disasters So restrained in its prose that it does not make demands of yo

  8. says:

    echoing what the other reviewers have mentioned; this is a brisk and pleasant read which takes the characters to the precipice of loss and extracts poignancy without pushing into melodrama You leave the novel feeling thankful as if a crisp breeze wafted a brighter mood into your room and it's just the right amount of relief needed from a larger pattern of monotony and unresolved tension That being said though it does still boggle me that

  9. says:

    A beautiful uiet little pastoral in two senses a lyrical story of life in the country explicitly but also concerning a sort of spiritual guidance I really have nothing to complain about with the writing other than the inclusion of one or two adverbs that I think no one should use Crazily is a word that ought not to exist at all in my opinion The plot is perfectly paced the themes are touching The addition of

  10. says:

    I found this book really moving Lohrey uses powerfully spare writing that reminded me of Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea” I really related to the main characters Anna and Luke perhaps because we’re about the same age and in the same stage of life and perhaps because of their desire to escape the city It’s a beautiful homage to nature and the power of adversity to bring about new life and growth