The Broken Shore is still Winning People Over
It's a rare book that can take someone from the impression that "this is not for me" right through to "Temple has gone onto my must read list", but that's exactly the impact that Peter Temple's The Broken Shore has had at Table Talk as part of the blog's Awards Project.
In one of the more articulate reviews of the book I have read the reviewer gets straight to the crux of what makes Peter Temple's books so darn readable, his social commentary and insight and his compelling use of language.
Peter Temple has that ability to take you from indifference to devotion in the space of around 350 pages.
By the way, it's worth visiting the Table Talk blog just to enjoy the serene uncluttered orderliness of a very nicely designed and presented blog. I really enjoyed my visit there.
Thanks for this link. You're right. That comment zeroed in very nicely on a number of features that made The Broken Shore so good.
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