8 edition of The golden child found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ4.F555 Go 1977b, PR6056.I86 Go 1977b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||77093900|
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The Golden Child is the fifth book by Australian author, Wendy James. This contemporary novel got my attention a long time a go with it's eye catching cover of lollipops so I took the chance to snap it up when I came across it in a charity shop. Dealing with themes of bullying and social media in Australia, this is a relevant read for parents "Golden Child is a beautiful and haunting tale, one that leaves readers thinking long after the last page has been turned."—Associated Press "Golden Child is a stunning novel written with force and beauty.
Though true to herself, Adam's work stands tall beside icons of her tradition like V.S. Naipaul."— "The Golden Child by Wendy James is a next-level thriller that brims with dark surprises and unforgettable characters.
Told with pitch-perfect pacing and unrelenting tension, James explores the darkest corners of the human heart in this bone-chilling must read novel of the :// By the last, utterly heartbreaking page, I knew I needed to share this book with as many people as possible.
Golden Child is an emotional and page-turning story of Golden Child review: A book with the Midas touch. A beautifully written debut from Claire Adam about sacrifice and violence in contemporary Trinidad /golden-child-review-a-book-with-the-midas-touch The Guardian - Back to home.
the golden child. I wish the son after whom the book is named had been afforded a few more pages, but in those that we are given, Adam is subtle and delicate in But Golden Child, a book about two year-old brothers, captured my interest immediately. Maybe it was the unusual setting, rural Trinidad, or the stylesparse, muscular prose.
My point is, I knew from page one this book was special and that I wasnt reading some humdrum sibling rivalry :// Penelope Fitzgerald's novel, The Golden Child, combines a deft comedy of manners with a classic mystery set in London's most refined institution—the the glittering treasure of ancient Garamantia, the golden child, is delivered to the museum, a web of intrigue tightens around its personnel, especially the hapless museum officer Waring › Books › Mystery, Thriller & Suspense › Mystery.
The following version of this book was used to create this study guide: Adam, Claire. Golden Child. New York: SJP for Hogarth, The novel takes place in a somewhat rural village near the city of Port of Spain, Trinidad.
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