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Ghost Wall
July 22, 2021Comments.. 361
Ghost Wall Best Read || [Sarah Moss] Sarah Moss Ghost Wall Best Read || [Sarah Moss] - Ghost Wall, Ghost Wall In the north of England far from the intrusions of cities but not far from civilization Silvie and her family are living as if they are ancient Britons surviving by the tools and knowledge of the I. Ghost Wall Best Read || [Sarah Moss] - Ghost Wall, Ghost Wall In the north of England far from the intrusions of cities but not far from civilization Silvie and her family are living as if they are ancient Britons surviving by the tools and knowledge of the I
  • Title: Ghost Wall
  • Author: Sarah Moss
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Hardcover

Ghost Wall Sarah Moss Ghost Wall Best Read || [Sarah Moss] - Ghost Wall, Ghost Wall In the north of England far from the intrusions of cities but not far from civilization Silvie and her family are living as if they are ancient Britons surviving by the tools and knowledge of the I. Ghost Wall Best Read || [Sarah Moss], Ghost Wall, Sarah Moss, Ghost Wall In the north of England far from the intrusions of cities but not far from civilization Silvie and her family are living as if they are ancient Britons surviving by the tools and knowledge of the Iron Age For two weeks the length of her father s vacation they join an anthropology course set to reenact life in simpler times They are surrounded by forests of birch and In the north of

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Ghost Wall

361 Blog on “Ghost Wall

  1. Emily Maysays:

    A dark, horrible, and powerful novella.Ghost Wall tells the tale of Silvie and her family, who attempt to live like Iron Age Britons in the North of England Silvie s father is an angry and dissatisfied bus driver whose obsession with Iron Age tools and rituals leads him to force his family into isolation Out in the countryside of Northumberland, they hunt for rabbits and gather roots But, of course, it all has a sinister twist.The harrowing prologue drew me into this book, but the mostly quie A [...]

  2. Amalia Gaveasays:

    Darkness was a long time coming This book is my first contact with Sarah Moss s writing and it proved to be so fascinatingThe word Ghost in the title, the bogs and Northumberland drew my attention to a novel that I read in a single sitting It was mystifying, hypnotic, complex, powerful.It is an unusually hot summer in Northumberland Silvie and her parents are following a professor and his students in a camp that tries to imitate the daily life during the Iron Age However, things star

  3. Diane S ☔says:

    My first read by this author, but it certainly won t be the last I m not sure I can even adequately explain why It takes place in Northumberland, an archeological expedition, trying to imitate those that lived during the Iron Age Silvie is seventeen, her father a bus driver with a obsessive interest in ancient Britain, and a mother who is somewhat of a doormat Joining them on the professional end is a Professor with three of his students, including Molly who treats this experiment as of My first [...]

  4. Rachelsays:

    I ve read so many fantastic short novels and novellas this year On Chesil Beach, Convenience Store Woman, Tin Man that I m not sure why I insist on underestimating what can be accomplished in such a short page count But the fact of the matter is, I picked up Ghost Wall without terribly high expectations, despite the fact that I d been eager to read Sarah Moss for a while now More fool me this book blew me away.It follows Silvie, a teenager from northern England whose family joins an anthro I ve [...]

  5. Hannahsays:

    Sarah Moss is one of those authors I have wanted to get to for what feels like ages because I had this feeling that I would adore her work But sometimes that feeling of a potential favourite author makes me too anxious to actually pick up a book this is irrational, I know , so I finally jumped at the chance to read and review her newest novel, because it sounds brilliant and it is quite short I love short books And I still think that Sarah Moss might be a potential favourite author, even if Sara [...]

  6. Katiesays:

    In a nutshell, I like my feminism a lot nuanced than this A short novel about a family who go into the wilds to recreate as best as possible the conditions of an iron age settlement There s a lot of good descriptive nature writing to pad out this very uneventful tale which always felt to me like a short story artificially fattened up Although set in the 1990s it felt like the 1950s to me with a father who takes his belt to his teenage daughter for the most meagre of transgressions In a nutshell, [...]

  7. Ova - Excuse My Readingsays:

    Full review hereIf there was a contest of writing, that will require telling a story using the least amount of words, this book would win it this year.A borderline novella, Ghost Wall is a powerful story that could easily be read in one sitting.I loved the idea behind this novel The sacrificed bog girls, whose remains found, as characters they are quiet and unknown, as if they never existed but the proof of them being very much alive is there, in contrast with today s abused women in hands of b [...]

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