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Life Drawings Paperback – August 23, 2013
About the Author
Philip Newey, once an Anglican priest, then an evolutionary biologist, is now a successful author. Having been born in the UK and having migrated with his parents to Australia in the 1960s, he now resides in Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a well written look into the emotional turmoil of a group of intimately and sometimes unavoidably knotted together lives. We actually get some way to actually feeling what it is like to be someone else, to be submerged into the books characters. One can ask little more from such a book. We have all experienced some of this and others have lived lives far closer to this particular emotional mix than we may allow ourselves to admit. Most of you may guess the books direction accurately, but that makes it no less intriguing because this knowledge probably means that to some degree you have actually walked some of the steps.
I recommend this book for those that enjoy a book where what happens is seen with all its drivers, rather than with just those dictated by the narrow entertainment of vivid plot. These are drawings in which we see so many crossing character lines rather than an easily analysed photograph. I enjoyed this book very much.
This novel reacquaints me with the beauty of imagination, as the author presents Tom and Diane's emotionally satisfying story in a way that hooks me and pulls me toward its objective, which is to entertain and morph me into a fly on the wall.
This is one novel that I wish to continue with no end, but sadly that isn't possible. It is a surprise to see that there was only one review for such a wonderful study of people, places, and things around us. I congratulate this author for doing such a wonderful job and will seek out his other works, without even a moment of consideration.
I recommend this novel for anyone who really wants to be engulfed and engrossed in a story, escaping their life to take part in Diane and Tom's. Excellent.