Nineteen Seventysomething

Nineteen Seventysomething Barry Divola s Nineteen Seventysomething is a requiem for bygone days In the fictional suburb of Braithwaite we meet Charlie during the listless weeks of his summer holidays Against a backdrop of buz

  • Title: Nineteen Seventysomething
  • Author: Barry Divola
  • ISBN: 9780980637854
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • Barry Divola s Nineteen Seventysomething is a requiem for bygone days In the fictional suburb of Braithwaite, we meet Charlie during the listless weeks of his summer holidays Against a backdrop of buzzing cicadas, Dragstar bikes, schoolboy rock bands, church youth groups, and Top 40 radio, Barry Divola deftly evokes that awkward, exhilarating journey from childhood to adBarry Divola s Nineteen Seventysomething is a requiem for bygone days In the fictional suburb of Braithwaite, we meet Charlie during the listless weeks of his summer holidays Against a backdrop of buzzing cicadas, Dragstar bikes, schoolboy rock bands, church youth groups, and Top 40 radio, Barry Divola deftly evokes that awkward, exhilarating journey from childhood to adolescence Told with humour, poignancy and authenticity, Nineteen Seventysomething marks the familiar stages of teenage awakening in friendship, desire and love.

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    1. I met Barry about 7 years ago when I first visited Australia. We were on a number of panels together at the Byron Bay Literary Festival near Brisbane. I also hung out with James Roy, another YA author and we had a terrific time (both guys have a fantastic sense of humor). I bought their books and took them home and I finally read Barry's.It's a collection of short stories from the same character's POV - Charlie. I suspect it's really Barry in disguise. ;) I loved the humor and the stories. Barry [...]


    2. I'm finding it a tad difficult to rate this book. I certainly didn't dislike it - indeed it sparked lots of memories from my childhood - however it didn't quite gel enough as a book for me to rate it higher.


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