-- Pamela Porter, Governor General Award Winner in Children's Literature for The Crazy Man in 2005.
"Raine handles a long list of characters with dexterity, offering credible emotional histories."
-- Kirkus Reviews
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Turnstiles, by Andrea McKenzie Raine, is a ‘free-flowing’ type narrative that follows three individuals as they struggle to understand their place in society and the world. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Erik Therme
Andrea Raine you are one gifted and beautiful soul. I just finished Turnstiles and the way it is written is just a work of art. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lady Jane
It is truly an honor to write a review for this impeccable work by Andrea McKenzie Raine.
I believe that this is in no way an exaggeration - Andrea truly is an... Read more
Excellent novel. Written in such a way that the reader gets invested and is engaged form beginning to end. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Bonnie Mitchell
Turnstiles can best be described as the story of the quest for the meaning of life by its three protagonists Martin Sourdough,Willis Hancock Jr. and Evelyn. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Geetanjali
Turnstiles by Andrea McKenzie Raine is another book where there is no proper storyline, instead it follows the trails of three individual's lives, who are indeed psychologically... Read morePublished 22 months ago by ADITI SAHA
I enjoyed reading Turnstiles by Andrea McKenzie Raine. I saw the read now option on Goodreads and thought, why not? Read morePublished 22 months ago by writes4coffee
A Good Book. Looking towards even better stuff in the days to come.Published 23 months ago by Vywack