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The Paper House Longlisted For The Matt Richell AwardThere S Something Magical About The Paper House The Sydney Morning Herald And Then I Was Pregnant, And We Realised We Had No Space For A Baby.We Looked At All Kinds Of Houses Big, New Ones With Columns And Render Little Cottages With Beaten Weatherboard A Yellow Brick Monstrosity With A Paved Yard Where There Should Have Been Grass But We Were Drawn To The Rolling Water And Our Heart Stayed Behind When We Left.Heather And Dave Have Found The Perfect Place To Raise Their First Child The House Has Character, But It S The Garden That Really Makes It Red Faced Impatiens, Pockmarked Gums, Six Upright Pittosporums To Keep The Neighbours Out It S A Jungle A Hiding Place A Refuge.And Then, Without Warning, That Life Is Over.Heartbreaking, Fearless, And Ablaze With A Coruscating Beauty All Its Own, The Paper House Tells The Story Of A Woman Sinking Into The Depths Of Grief, And The Desperate Efforts Of Her Loved Ones To Bring Her Up For Air A Sharp Eyed, Bittersweet Depiction Of The Love Between Parents And Children, And The Havoc That Love Can Wreak.

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • The Paper House
  • Anna Spargo-Ryan
  • English
  • 13 December 2017
  • 1743535201

10 thoughts on “The Paper House

  1. says:

    Heather and Dave are young, married and in love After moving around a bit with Dave s job as a relief teacher, they are ready to start a family and escape to the country It s all going well for them until it isn t.This is the debut novel for Anna Spargo Ryan, who writes beautifully and powerfully about mental illness It s a subject I wish I understood better, because if I did, it might have occurred to me a lot sooner to start questioning what in the...

  2. says:

    Wow this woman can write Her proze is gobsmackingly beautiful I wanted to fall into her writing forever The only thing I craved wasof a plot line Can t wait to see what she writes next I am a definite fan.

  3. says:

    I started reading this novel with some trepidation, because I ve read Anna s short stories and articles before I d built some expectations and what if they weren t met So I tried staying a bit detached but couldn t for long this story drew me in From the early stages, where life for Heather and Dave was rolling out as it should, to the devastation of a life lost, and the way everyone tried to make sense, to work out how to be within this new world the afterwards the storyline was grippi I started reading this novel with some trepidation, because I ve read Anna s short stories and articles before I d built some expectations and what if they weren t met So I tried staying a bit detached but couldn t for long this story drew me in From the early stages, where life for Heather and Dave was rolling out as it should, to the devastation of a life lost, and the way everyone tried to make sense, to work out how to be within this new world the afterwards the storyline was gripping Then the way Anna structured her story, the way she coloured it with the beauty of the everyday things, the way she captured the interactions between the main characters both verbally and in their actions the t...

  4. says:

    One of the most touching, heartfelt novels I ve had the joy of reading in quite some time.

  5. says:

    I think that mental health is often quite a taboo subject, particularly to fictionalise Anna Spargo Ryan does it so well in The Paper House The story is sensitive without being overtly emotional and the plot is clever, yet realistic There are many subtleties entwined throughout the book that allow even deeper thought, which I particularly enjoyed However, my favourite thing about this book is the pace in which the prose is presented If this book were a house it would be clean and crisp and I think that mental health is often quite a taboo subject, particularly to fictionalise Anna Spargo Ryan does it ...

  6. says:

    Occasionally I read a book that reaches deep inside and turns me inside out A truly wonderful, wondrous, real, unreal, touching and thoughtful story I can t recommended it anyhighly.

  7. says:

    5 The Paper House is a study of cause and effect, two tales of tragedy from past and present inexplicably and effortlessly mingle in a touching debut.This tender little book examines sensitive and heartbreaking relationships with a keen and unflinching gaze Anna Spargo Ryan mines the familiar for significant and telling details, she fills every scene with these insights and creates an atmosphere, a sort of apprehensive mood which is difficult to shake even after you ve finished.That s not to sa 5 The Paper House is a...

  8. says:

    I wish I could wrap myself in the poetry of this book It is exquisitely written so many sentences I could live in and the story is desperately sad, but also somehow hopeful A really beautiful read.

  9. says:

    The Paper House is written with the same beauty as The Bell Jar This book took me longer to read than expected because every single sentence deserves a pause of appreciation.

  10. says:

    I think this is a beautifully written book and a wonderful debut, but it didn t really have an affect on me as much as it seems to have had with others I felt removed from the characters the whole time, perhaps because Heather herself is in such an isolated state of mind I could imagine how painful it would be to be in their situation, but I was never made to really feel anything until the end To me, that was the realest moment in the book and I think if there werereal moments mixed int I think this is a beautifully written book and a wonderful debut, but it did...

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