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pulse free points pdf Pulse Points ePUBS Pulse Points live in small dusty towns glittering exotic cities and slow droll suburbs; they are mourners survivors and perpetrators In the award winning ‘Aokigahara’ a young woman travels to the sea of trees in Japan to say goodbye In ‘Coarsegold’ a woman conducts an illicit affair while her recovering g.

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❴Read❵ ➵ Pulse Points Author Jennifer Down – Smrl.me The characters in Jennifer Down’s Pulse Points live in small dusty towns glittering exotic cities and slow droll suburbs; they are mourners survivors and perpetrators In the award winning ‘AokigahRead Pulse Points Author Jennifer Down Smrl.me The characters in Jennifer Down’s Pulse Points live in small dusty towns glittering exotic cities and slow droll suburbs; they are mourners survivors and perpetrators In the award winning ‘Aokigah The characters in Jennifer Down’.

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Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù Jennifer Down is a writer and editor from Melbourne Her work has appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald the Saturday Paper the Lifted Brow and Overland Her first novel Our Magic Hour will be published in ‘Aokigahara’ won the ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Award.

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    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUB4★“ ‘She wanted it’ and we all went Yeah and Fog said ‘Fat c and we all said the way we remembered it till we were sure it was right Foggo had some rough years I think it fed him up when his dad died But he came good Last I heard he was a senior constable working at the Swan Hill station”Swan Hill is a Melbourne cop shop without Foggo I feel uite certain but Down shows us how he and his mates obviously escaped any charges by making sure they “remembered r


  2. Marchpane Marchpane says:

    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUBJennifer Down’s stories are precise bracing and observant of small details freighted with emotion In places Pulse Points reminded me of Sally Rooney’s work another preternaturally wise young author But the stories in Pulse Points are too varied for a direct comparison to holdSome of the stories are uiet thoughtful while others are kinetic; a few can suck the air right out of the room Some deal with confronting themes like suicide or rape or grief or mental illness but always with empathy delicacy It’s impressive how well Down can conjure such realistic characters from different walks of life You certainly don’t get the feeling as can sometimes be the case that the protagonists are just proxies for the author These characters are male and female young and old gay and straight etc etc Settings range from Australia to Japan England and the US All of it rings so true Down describes her own style pe


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    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUBI would 45 this if I could


  4. Carolyn Carolyn says:

    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUBPulse Points is a collection of short stories by a very talented young Australian author each giving a uniue window into a moment of time in an ordinary life Except those lives are not ordinary but reflect the full range of the human condition from love and joy to grief and loss Each story is brief but complete and somehow each voice is individual and fully realised Many of the characters are underdogs living on the edges of society but their fears and feelings are universal My favourite story was the award winning 'Aokigahara' the story of a girl visiting Japan's 'suicide forest' to say goodbye to her brother but the writing was such that every story made a strong emotional message With thanks to Netgalley and the publisher Text for a copy to read and review


  5. Anna Spargo-Ryan Anna Spargo-Ryan says:

    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUBIf Jennifer Down’s acclaimed 2016 debut novel Our Magic Hour was a love letter to Melbourne her new collection Pulse Points is a letter to love itselfDown covers a lot of ground in this collection the titular opening story in which a couple fail to save a man and maybe themselves; a sister’s pilgrimage to Aokigahara Japan’s ‘suicide forest’; a father and a daughter trying to find their way back to one another Fundamentally they are studies of human experience than they are plot driven stories of the way we are connected and disconnected Down demonstrates self awareness of this theme – in ‘Peaks’ one character asks of another ‘What are you reading’ and the reader responds ‘It’s lots of short st


  6. Text Publishing Text Publishing says:

    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUB ‘Down writes about love and friendship with an emotionally resonant sparsenessRather than offering answers to life's big uestions the stories offer glimpses into people tackling themA collection pulsing with emotion; a writer crackling with potential’ Kirkus Reviews ‘Jennifer Down is simply put one of the most exciting emerging writers in the country Pulse Points her recent collection of short stories is full of a kind of gentle melancholy; that insistent sen


  7. Michael Livingston Michael Livingston says:

    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUBThis is a beautiful collection of stories capturing precise moments of sadness fear and loss The title story and Aokigahara are probably my favourites but there are moments in each of them that grab you by the heart


  8. Elaine Mullane || At Home in Books Elaine Mullane || At Home in Books says:

    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUB4 stars Pulse Points is a stunning collection of short stories a weaving of powerful portraits about real people real love and real loss Stories of life are perfectly encapsulated by Jennifer Down and presented to us in neat little packages that are overflowing with emotion The prose is concise but revealing and overflowing with both heart wrenching emotion and intelligenceEach story is about an ordinary person or ordinary people all grappling with the complexities of human emotion heartache anxiety joy grief helplessness The standout story and my favourite is ‘Aokigahara’ in which a young woman travels to the sea of trees in Japan to say goodbye to her brother It is searing with emotion and is delivered with an intensity yet a clarity that is


  9. Jaclyn Crupi Jaclyn Crupi says:

    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUBA very strong collection of intense distinct and memorable stories I love Down's writing and she doesn't disappoint here I was hoping to read Melbourne in some of the stories after loving her depictions in Our Magic Hour but it wasn't to be Every story hits its emotional mark and I'm still reeling from some of them


  10. Tamsien West (Babbling Books) Tamsien West (Babbling Books) says:

    Paperback ¿ Pulse Points Kindle Ù pulse free, points pdf, Pulse Points ePUBPowerfully told vividly written unforgettable short stories Each story was so intimate with such precise details


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