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by Humphrey Bower,Bryce Courtenay

ePub Brother Fish download
Author:
Humphrey Bower,Bryce Courtenay
ISBN13:
978-1743109274
ISBN:
174310927X
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Publisher:
Bolinda Audio; Unabridged edition (March 5, 2012)
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Subcategory:
Genre Fiction
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1520 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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270

Brother Fish has 835 pages of wonderful characters, stories of their lives as the of the,three of them coming together for the . Don't miss reading this book as Bryce Courtenay is one of the best writer's I've come across in a long time.

Brother Fish has 835 pages of wonderful characters, stories of their lives as the of the,three of them coming together for the rest of their lives. The ups and downs, happiness' to sadness to some things funny and enjoyable.

Excellent book, made even better by Humphrey Bower's narration. First half of the book is the best, with JackO's and Jimmy's experience in Korea and a Chinese POW camp

Excellent book, made even better by Humphrey Bower's narration. First half of the book is the best, with JackO's and Jimmy's experience in Korea and a Chinese POW camp. Second half was much slower, and honestly could have been cut down considerably. Bryce Courtney tells a great story though, I will definitely pick up another of his books.

Humphrey won the prestigious Audie Award (US) for his performance of The Family Frying Pan by Bryce Courtenay, and . Humphrey Bower is a gifted and versatile actor

Humphrey won the prestigious Audie Award (US) for his performance of The Family Frying Pan by Bryce Courtenay, and has been shortlisted for an Audie Award for his performances of Gould's Book of Fish by Richard Flanagan and Brother Fish by Bryce Courtenay. Humphrey's sensitive and intelligent readings are highly regarded and he is well-known for his capacity to perform a variety of accents. Humphrey Bower is a gifted and versatile actor.

At the conclusion we’d all clap and then one of the blokes might say, ‘Okay, you silly bugger, we’ve suffered enough. Johnny Gordon was the first person I’d met who’d been subject to racial persecution. I knew, of course, in the historical past, the Aborigines had been treated badly by the white settlers. But even that was a fair way from home.

I've read "The Power of One" and then "Tandia"

I've read "The Power of One" and then "Tandia". Both books were amazing, but then I stopped for a while read a few other books and now am just about done with "Brother Fish" and Bryce Courtenay has done it again, this book was amazing. At first I thought, 1000 pages?!?! But honestly I wish it was 2000, couldn't put it down. I am on a mission now to read all his books. com User, July 5, 2009.

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Arthur Bryce Courtenay, AM (14 August 1933 – 22 November 2012) was a South African/Australian advertising director and novelist

Arthur Bryce Courtenay, AM (14 August 1933 – 22 November 2012) was a South African/Australian advertising director and novelist. He is one of Australia's best-selling authors, notable for his book The Power of One. Arthur Bryce Courtenay was born in the Lebombo Mountains, South Africa, the son of Maude Greer and Arthur Ryder. Ryder was married with six children, and lived with his family, but also maintained a relationship with Greer, with whom he already had a daughter, Rosemary

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The last book which Humphrey recorded was 'The Silver Moon' Bryce's final collection of stories he completed just weeks before . I so often hear how sad it is for you to contemplate Christmas without a new Bryce Courtenay novel.

The last book which Humphrey recorded was 'The Silver Moon' Bryce's final collection of stories he completed just weeks before passing. I am taking some copies with me to listen to as I drive to visit family and friends during the coming festive season. My warmest wishes Christine Courtenay. Bryce loved Christmas too, and would want us all to continue to celebrate the festive season just as he always did with family and friends. His favourite Christmas dishes were roast lamb cooked in yoghurt with rosemary, as well as his famous fish cakes.

Brother Fish is an inspiring human drama of three lives brought together and changed for ever by the extraordinary events of recent history. Brother Fish is an Australian saga spanning eighty years and four continents. Inspired by real events, Bryce Courtenay's new novel tells the story of three people from vastly differing backgrounds. All they have in common is a tough beginning in life. Jack McKenzie is a harmonica player, soldier, dreamer and small-time professional fisherman from a tiny island in Bass Strait. Nicole Lenoir-Jourdan is a strong-willed woman hiding from an ambiguous past in Shanghai. Larger than life, Private Jimmy Oldcorn was once a street kid and leader of a New York gang. Together, they reap a vast and not always legitimate fortune from the sea.

  • Brother Fish has 835 pages of wonderful characters, stories of their lives as the of the,three of them coming together for the rest of their lives. The ups and downs, happiness' to sadness to some things funny and enjoyable. Don't miss reading this book as Bryce Courtenay is one of the best writer's I've come across in a long time. I've built a library of his novels and I'm continuing to buy all his works.
    Happy Reading!

  • Unlike most of Bryce's other books, this one didn't hold my attention in quite the same way and, to be honest, I found it pretty long winded. Having said that, this is an impeccably-researched and well-written book and had the subject matter appealed to me more, then I might have got along with it better. I never thought I'd say this, but I think it is more of a man's book than a woman's book.

  • This book is rich in history and culture. I loved the narration. It took me to the place and time of the story and "missed" the story when it was completed. I bought it for my father-in-law who is a veteran of the Korean War.

  • Hardships of three different people with three different backgrounds and their road to satisfaction and fulfillment in life. Historically and brutally accurate this novel encompassses subjects such as Chinese culture, poverty in Australia, treatment of minorities in the U.S. and more. A fabulous story of determination.

    Bone

  • A beautiful look at history with perspective of race, class, gender, the brutality of war and human suffering. At a time when we need more healing than hatred and bravado, this book serves as a reminder that in the end, Love is all we need.
    I would highly recommend the audio version because the narrator did a excellent job with the Australian accent. He makes you feel like you are there with the narrator.

  • I loved to follow the inter-twinning stories of each character through the trials and tribulations of their respective lives and how they handled the issues that life hands all of us at some point in time, which can either make us bitter or better.

  • Up to the usual high standard for Bryce Courtenay - the ever changing plot keeps your interest and you never want to put the book down! You never quite know what's around the corner with these interesting yet quite believable characters. Well researched facts in the book that helped me understand more of a war that isn't explained much in normal history. A good mix of tears and laughter makes this a great read.

  • Got this very gently used book. It was a favorite read of mine. Bought it for my Dad’s b-day and it is in pristine condition. So impressed!