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The author's style of writing is superb; I feel like I am in the setting as part of the story.
I highly recommend this book!
Good book, better than the movie. Liked the Newfoundland setting. Although strange, was easy to relate to.Published 25 days ago by Dale Lund
An interesting story of two people (Quoyle & Wavey) striving to make a new future, but held back by their respective pasts. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Lester Simpson
Great writing style. Couldn't put it down. Loved the development of characters, it is inadvertantly about resilience.Published 29 days ago by Sandra Walsh
This is a spectacular book full of some of the most beautiful prose I've read in a while. The writing style ... fragments, seemingly disconnected thoughts, descriptions ... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Judy
Personal growth and happiness can be found despite harsh conditions. Wonderfully written. Inspirational, and uplifting. Embrace life and love. Learn about Newfoundland.Published 1 month ago by Thelma Haut
How this book ever won the Pulitzer is beyond me. The author "pulps up" the narrative with overstated detail descriptions of everyday observations. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sniff
A bit challenging to get through, but worth the read. You can tell the author put a great deal of effort into researching the topic, including the particular vernacular of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stuart A. Reis
A Pulitzer prize-winner and for good reason. I burst into tears at the end, I was so moved.Published 1 month ago by Alex Brunel