An amusing romp that includes identity theft, rogue priests and Australia.
"I needed to go into the dark rooms inside myself and clean off some of the dusty shelves."
Fixing health care in the US ought to be easy. Why is it beyond the ability of our political leaders?
So well written and insightful is this book, that verse now seems the most natural and obvious form for biography.
While only an army of three, this band of hard-rocking Australians could become an explosive force in America.
Buying (or selling) a house will never feel the same again.
Tim Winton writes about breath, both as a life sustainer and as a metaphor.
Nearly every line in this novel is taut and wrought with sensation.
High energy fun, exquisite musicianship, and the deep introspection we've come to expect from the Southern Bard.