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Ratings and Book Reviews (12 80 star ratings
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    Eyrie

    Disappointed in this story, felt it wasn't really going anywhere and it didn't!! Great descriptions of Fremantle and the era it depicted of which Tim Winton is a master but awful characters. I kept reading expecting the story to blossom but it simply didn't.
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    saved by word weaving

    If it were not for Winton ' s exquisite wordsmithing I would have cast aside this novel as tedious and self indulgent. Although he again takes one into the atmospheres of WA this plot is boring. Not up to usual Winton standard - disappointing.
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    Eyrie by Tim Winton

    Typical content by T Winton, dragged from about half way and then it seemed as if he didn't know how to end it. The ending gives no clarity to what real sickness ailes Keely. Quite a powerful story of relationships and loss
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    Oh no it's finished?

    Haunting and oh so familiar.
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    Eyrie

    Wonderful writing. Suspenseful and gripping.being in Tom's struggling mind felt troubling quite often and I wasn't sure at the end that everyone was going to be safe! I wanted more , but this book wasn't about neat lives and resolutions. A very thought provoking read.
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