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FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP Novelist Jeanette Winterson was born in Manchester England in She was The Stone eBook È adopted and brought up in Accrington Lancashire in the north of England Her strict Pentecostal Evangelist upbringing provides the background to her acclaimed first novel Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit published in She graduated from St Catherine's College Oxford and moved to London where she worked as an assi.

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  • Ian

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsWhen I bought my copy of The Stone Gods the bookseller told me two things it had received strong reviews and “It’s science fiction you know” I parried this last one with some fuzzy comment that much of Winterson’s fiction violates expectations and we left it at that both sounding smart and not having said muchAnd then I started reading sure enough page after page the thing read true to the sci fi genre And not ju


  • Jean Menzies

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsI may perhaps return to write a proper review of this book at some point; for now I am in tears


  • ~Bookishly Numb~

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsWhen one has to give a Jeanette Winterson novel a two star rating it's blindingly obvious that today is not a good day I adored Written on the Body The Passion and Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit This book was a mess and was a concoction of genres that at the end of the day just didn't work Winterson is an incredibly uniue writer and she has a wonderful way with words and that is one of the mai


  • Alice (MTB/Alice Tied The Bookish Knot)

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsDNF page 58I had to read this book for a class at University All I will say is that the storyline was extremely confusing and I struggled to connect with any of the characters The writing style was most definitely not for me


  • Pierce

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsOkay okay This is trickyWe all give ratings to books and everything within their genres I do anyway Five stars for this thing is not the same as five stars for that thing But the problem with that is that the genres have to mean something And be identifiable I have real thing for Jeanette Winterson It dates back to Gut Symmetries which I read at an impressionable time maybe 17 though all my times are fairly impressionable It was just beautiful and expansive and different and sentimental And had physics and lesbians and everything And The Passion was another knockout beautiful book And there's been others that have been less satisfy


  • Joy D

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsScience fiction that weaves together future past and present in three separate but interlinked stories that comment on humanity’s penchant for destroying


  • Elf M.

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsSo I’ve finished reading The Stone Gods by Jeanette Winterson and my reactions are mixed to say the least My primary reaction was one of intense sadness she really does believe that she’s braving new territory She is completely unaware that she’s hacking through a jungle right


  • Jill

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsAuuugh this book is a mess The pitch must have been something like I'm thinking Robinson Crusoe but scifi and with androids and also post WWIII dystopia but also space exploration and Easter Island and dinosaurs Okay and I also wanna get Nietzsche's eternal return in there and what it means to be human and nature vs nurture and adoption Ohhh and none of it will connect except through really obvious hung lanterns like calling the protagonist of each section Billiey and how awful humans areJeanette Winterson loves chaos in her narratives Sometimes this works like magic other times she miss


  • Brian

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsAs she did in The Passion Winterson displays her gift for punching the reader in the face then kicking you in the heart and you still come out of the experience saying Can someone read this to me out loud?It's a critiue of the modern world a critiue of the future extrapolated from the modern world a re vamped look at the past and then another critiue of the future SeriouslyOh also? It's fantastic Bleak beautiful poignant hopeless hopeful and definitely not for the faint of heart


  • Gary

    FREE PDF ´ BOOK The Stone Gods · CITYBREAKSCHEAP The Stone GodsThe bad news If you haven’t read Jeanette Winterson yet then your life has been hitherto a wasteThe good news Not to worry; it’s not too late There’s plenty of her work around and you can get started putting your life in order right awayMore good news Her work is short Generally her books run 150 200 standard sized pages In these days of children’s books with five or six times as much verbiage that’s uite brief However her work isn’t a uick read Oh I’m sure you could blow through it uickly but it really needs to be read the way one would read poetry That’s not only because her work is somewhere between prose and poetry sometimes dipping right into free verse nestled in paragraphs and periods but because her skill with the language is such that it reuires reflection and consideration in order to digest properlyHere’s a sample of what I mean The new world – El Dorado Atlantis the Gold Coast Newfoundland Plymouth Rock Rapan