Grace, Tamar and Laszlo the Beautiful

Grace Tamar and Laszlo the Beautiful Part novel part fantasy part social history this collection of short stories set in the valleys of South Wales follows the lives of two sisters Grace and Tamar As these dark universal stories det

  • Title: Grace, Tamar and Laszlo the Beautiful
  • Author: Deborah Kay Davies
  • ISBN: 9781905762903
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • Part novel, part fantasy, part social history, this collection of short stories set in the valleys of South Wales follows the lives of two sisters, Grace and Tamar As these dark, universal stories detail their volatile sibling rivalry on several occasions they almost kill each other their disruptive coming of age, and dubious maturity, they express how utterly strange itPart novel, part fantasy, part social history, this collection of short stories set in the valleys of South Wales follows the lives of two sisters, Grace and Tamar As these dark, universal stories detail their volatile sibling rivalry on several occasions they almost kill each other their disruptive coming of age, and dubious maturity, they express how utterly strange it is to learn to become human While each story is complete in its own right, together they form a continuous and powerful sequence.

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    1. another brilliant book from Ms Davies*. So nearly 5 stars. Only not 5 stars because I've been awarding 5 stars a bit too much, I feel. Proper review on its wayThese are linked stories (should be read in the right order, although they do stand alone) about two sisters growing up in rural Wales, from birth (the first story is set in the maternity ward as Tamar is born) to marriage and divorce. Their adventures are not comfortable – one gets assaulted by a man up a mountain (although she gives as [...]

    2. This is an extraordinary book, a collection of short stories but one that holds its own as a single account of the strained and tangled lives of the two sisters, Grace and Tamar. The stories are striking, real, shocking, painful. They reveal the strange underbelly of sibling relationships that many people will recognise. The first half of the book was so well written, it had me completely gripped and blew me away. But for me the book lost momentum about half way through and, disappointingly, did [...]

    3. I'm not quite sure about this book. It's very readable. The author has a good style but I wasn't impressed with the weird plot lines. Too many questions and few answers. An easy but uncomfortable read.

    4. Described as a collection of short stories bound together by the reccurring main characters. I found this book to be very dark, in some places almost grotesque. The stories follow the lives of two sisters from childhood to adulthood and the dysfunctional relationships with each other and with the rest of their family and friends. The violent thoughts and actions,and each sister's delight when triumphing over the other reminded me somewhat of Tom and Jerry cartoon as they are caught in a cycle of [...]

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