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Title : Wounding
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ISBN : 9780992791919
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 280 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Wounding Reviews

  • Αλέξανδρος
    2018-11-14 20:43

    A book with two sides. The husband's and his wife. However, the wife is the real protagonist. She is the one in action. Despite its small size (170 pages) it's not something that you should devour in one night. The first part of the book feels slower, because I was getting to knowing these two people. Each word had a meaning, it was important, because it put me in Cora's state of mind. And soon it would get darker and darker. A labyrinth that I didn't know how they would escape from it. At points least expected it scared me. People showing their bad sides, expressing in actions what we may be thinking. A woman not coping with all the roles that she was assigned to by nature and society and a good husband with self doubts not able to express them. All heading to a climax in the last 60 pages that made me chew my nails.

  • Marsha
    2018-11-29 22:49

    Squirm in your seat - take a good look at yourself stuff.Beautifully written and intriguing account of the sometimes dark side of motherhood.

  • Lynn Michell
    2018-12-07 23:41

    Cora, once original, free and bold, has been eroded and erased by motherhood. Numb as a stone, she moves through her routines and duties, wearing her masks so as not to offend and to keep up the pretence that she is still alive. But the gulf between the emptiness inside and the normality she must show reach the point where only the pain of self-harm can reassure her that she still exists. Written in two voices, this is a brave, engrossing novel in that it dares to tell taboo truths about motherhood and its aftermath. Cora’s voice is breathless, tilting towards insanity. Her husband’s voice is calm, reasonable, puzzled, tolerant as he asks himself where he has gone wrong, what he has done wrong since their days of heady young love, questions he is unable to express or discuss out loud. Cora’s retreat into pain is entirely credible. The book rushes headlong towards an excruciating, nail-biting but inevitable ending.

  • D.E. Oprava
    2018-11-15 18:52

    Introduced it to my university students, they loved it. Makes you feel, pan-generational, real.