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Frances Gapper

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Average rating: 3.72 · 43 ratings · 8 reviews · 10 distinct works
Absent Kisses

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3.38 avg rating — 13 ratings — published 2002
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In the Wild Wood

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Saints And Adventurers

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Necklace of Souls

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Gardens of England

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In the Wild Wood by Frances Gapper
"An extraordinary book; rewarding the reader with moments of poignancy, profundity and pleasure. The book has a well-crafted structure - short flashes are interspersed with short stories of varying length that take the reader on a journey into the..." Read more of this review »
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"These are whimsical, subtle, often surreal stories. I didn't read them in order, but loved most of them--special favourites are 'The Moustache Maker's daughter', 'Sister Joy and the Spider', and 'Marriage Counselling.'

Even my usually oblivious hu..." Read more of this review »
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With a Zero at its Heart by Charles Lambert
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A Song for Issy Bradley by Carys Bray
A Song for Issy Bradley
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A novel about a Mormon family that is almost torn apart by grief, but then miraculously - yet also in quite an ordinary, believable way - survives. I liked how the point of view changes, so we get a turn with each of the characters - Issy the girl wh ...more
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Someone Else's Skin by Sarah Hilary
Someone Else's Skin
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Sarah Hilary is new crime writer well worth following - with huge ability to create atmosphere and intrigue, language flows off her fingertips. Her villain in this first book of the Marnie Rome series is especially memorable, a complex and haunting c ...more
Invisible Beasts by Sharona Muir
"Invisible Beasts is a love affair with the natural world. A beautifully written experimental book that catalogs exactly what the title states..."Invisible beasts." This unusual book is not plot driven; in fact, there is only the barest of plots sk..." Read more of this review »
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Frances Gapper The Pamuk is great, Charles - i really loved it. Sorry i don't participate much on Goodreads - i have read more than two books, honest! :)


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