When his father Tarl is captured and enslaved to work in Deep Salt, Hari vows to rescue him. This is a forbidding task: But Hari was born and raised in Blood Burrow.
Sue Orr on Maurice Gee: Paul Prior and his repressed, violent kin abruptly cured my yearning, but the book did more than that. Miles away from New Zealand, I understood that the truth of my home — its scarred, damaged underbelly — was mapped out on these pages for anyone to discover.
Not the me I was then, but the me I would become: But for all the reasons I feared those masterpieces, I adored them.
Twenty-five years later, I began a doctorate in creative writing. I planned to explore the ways in which a New Zealand writer had manipulated the act of eavesdropping in unexpected ways. Then I filled that shelf with every one of his 17 adult novels.
It was a blissful act of fandom. George Plumb and Noel Papps are so familiar to me, they might as well be my own sulking great-uncles, festering in a dusty corner of a lounge, pretending not to listen. During each of the multiple readings, those old men and their families have revealed something new about the human condition.
For taciturn old curmudgeons, they remain remarkably alive and living, terrifying in good and bad ways.
Hearing it was to be his last novel felt like bereavement:Salt comes from New Zealand writer Maurice Gee and it is an excellent example of the genre. Original, engaging and very difficult to put down it tells the story of an isolated city which is under the control of a company which dictates all stages of life.
Title: Salt Author: Maurice Gee Publisher: Puffin Books, Penguin Group Date Of Publication: Summary: ‘Hari lives in Blood Burrow, deep in the ruined city of Belong, where he survives by courage and savagery’. ‘Pearl is from Company, the ruling families, .
Shortlisted for the NZ Post Book Award for young-adult fiction, Gool is the thrilling sequel to Maurice Gee's extraordinary fantasy Salt. The gool cannot be seen .
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FREE Shipping on $ or more! and never stop hearing the women scream or wipe out the memory of the Limping Man. Editorial Reviews This series conclusion shares characters and history with Salt () and Gool (, both Orca), but stands well on its own. As in. Maurice Gee is one of New Zealand's finest writers, with more than forty books for adults and young adults and a number of prestigious awards to his credit.
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