Body Surfing - Anita Shreve Reviews
Description:ISBN 0316730696 / Author: Anita Shreve / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... Sydney enjoys the sport of body surfing, taking on the waves with just a small board between her and the power of the sea. ... more
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by - written on 17/09/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
It's a while since I've read a novel by Anita Shreve, but I always finish reading one with a sense of having lived through strong emotional turmoil. If ever an author has a forte, then Shreve's is the ability to write with deceptive simplicity about something that's much deeper than the surface story. So it is with this book, where the title of body surfacing has a few different meaning apart from the obvious one of surfing the waves. Read as a story it's part love story, part family secrets and deception lived against the backdrop of the sea, which is Shreve's great love affair. I've read several of her books that have the thunderous power of the sea taking place ... Read the complete review
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