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G second wedding of her perfect brother and a horrifying episode in her past Poignant and absurd sharp and wry Janet Davey's luminous prose charts the complications of family relationships with insight and extraordinary tenderness As Anita navigates difficult waters we begin to understand her past and little by little see her emerge an. this is a slow burner with interesting shifts and ripples IMHO it could do with a tighter edit It really really grew on me I loved its subtlety Would recommend for sure Tall man riding. relationships with insight and extraordinary tenderness As Anita navigates difficult waters we begin to understand her past and little by little see her emerge an. this is a slow burner with interesting shifts and The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory ripples IMHO it could do with a tighter edit It The Big Golden Book of Poetry really Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, recommend for sure

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By Battersea Bridge

Riends she makes the men she sees Mossy lumbered with a childhood nickname that stuck is never the 'fixed point'; not for her most recent lover Nick Halsey or for the mother whose approval she craves Instead she lives on the edges of things On a whim she takes up an offer to scout for holiday properties in Bulgaria escaping the impendin. I found this at the library by searching for a novel set in Bulgaria Well a very small part of this takes part there but much of the story is about Anita not being in Bulgaria There s a gradual uncovering of the tragedy that befell her family and how it and her upbringing by emotionally distant parents have made it very difficult for her to function normallyIt s an interesting book and I wanted to finish it but I can t say I liked it

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Charts the complications of family relationships with deft insight dry wit and extraordinary tenderness Anita Mostyn feels the need to take a holiday from her life As a child she was dismissed by her parents in favour of her self confident brothers and as an adult her choices are disapproved of the small art gallery she works for the f. Anita drifting in the shadow of her academic high achieving parents and brothers accepts an offier to search for potential properties for sale in Bulgaria partly to avoid her brother s second wedding Once in Bulgaria Anita fails to cope with opportunities that the overseas trip could offer she cannot even manage to drive the hire car and drifts back to the UK where she half heartedly photographs properties in this country in the vague hope that they will pass for those in Bulgaria and gives up driving her own car She manages to miss her brother s wedding completely but the images of her past family life her brother s first wedding and the tragedy of her brother s death come back to her in jagged pieces so tha


10 thoughts on “By Battersea Bridge

  1. says:

    A really well written story about a frustrating difficult to like character Anita seems to be living at a different pace and in a different head space to those in her world You will her to snap out of it and keep turning th

  2. says:

    Every time I engaged with Anita Mossy the action slowed down Interesting study of her family and its effect on t

  3. says:

    Anita drifting in the shadow of her academic high achieving parents and brothers accepts an offier to search for potential properties for sale in Bulgaria partly to avoid her brother's second wedding Once in Bulgaria Anita fails to cope with opportunities that the overseas trip could offer; she cannot even manag

  4. says:

    A slow read lacking in plot and a main character that is incredibly difficult to engage with A week of my life yes it took me a week to drag my

  5. says:

    I found this at the library by searching for a novel set in Bulgaria Well a very small part of this takes part there but much of the story is about Anita not being in Bulgaria There's a gradual uncovering of the tragedy that befell her family and how it and her upbringing by emotionally distant parents have made it very difficult

  6. says:

    This is no page turner its a slow read that goes no where in particular and only lets you glimpse the main charact

  7. says:

    This is a very atmospheric and readable book Brilliantly observeed main character and descriptions of her family

  8. says:

    this is a slow burner with interesting shifts and ripples IMHO it could do with a tighter edit It really really grew on me I loved its subtlety Would recommend for sure

  9. says:

    What I took from this and perhaps it helped that I did not have any expectations prior to reading was that this novel is primarily about loss Anita has physically lost her brother and emotionally lost her parents and as such she is somewhat emotionally adrift I think this novel is special because Davey has portrayed this in an original way As the reader I felt connected to Anita through the dreamy disjointed n

  10. says:

    Not worth reading

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