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School: The Seventh Silence

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Jean Deforte has found a caterpillar. But lost his little sister. It's a difficult year. Father is dying and mother has sent him to an English school. Nobody likes Jean because he is half French. The girls are laughing. The teachers are on his back. The bullies are waiting in the hallways. Unluckily for Jean there are worse things than bullies: There are vacant black holes ...more
Published 2005 by Immanion Press/Magalithica Books
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Lauren Donis
Dec 22, 2012 rated it liked it
Recommended to Lauren by: Adam Herbertson
It was not a bad book, but I can't say that I loved it. It felt like someone telling me their dream. It felt very personal and that the author could see and feel everything about the story they were telling, but it didn't quite get through to me in that way. I'd say it was more of a compatibility problem with me, rather than a fault of the book.

The descriptions were never quite enough for the setting, the characters, the atmosphere etc to leap off the page. It dabbled in some interesting issues
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I was born in Edinburgh. As a youth, I tried a few different career paths: labourer, clerk, gardener, salesman, barman, doorman. I was the singer and songwriter in the punk band, the Androids. I played Querelle in an avant-garde Mime Company for three years, performing a controversial adaptation of Genet’s novel banned by the Scottish Kirk. These occupations betrayed a similar pattern: Initial ent ...more

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