The Land as Viewed from the Sea

The Land as Viewed from the Sea The plots of two novels intertwine and contaminate one other in this innovative and deeply affecting tale about the boundaries of fiction friendship and love When John allows his best friend Julian

  • Title: The Land as Viewed from the Sea
  • Author: RichardCollins
  • ISBN: 9781854113672
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
  • The plots of two novels intertwine and contaminate one other in this innovative and deeply affecting tale about the boundaries of fiction, friendship, and love When John allows his best friend Julian to read his novel, it becomes clear to Julian that the contents of the work are fact than fiction, revealing their shared love for Catherine and tracing the descent of tThe plots of two novels intertwine and contaminate one other in this innovative and deeply affecting tale about the boundaries of fiction, friendship, and love When John allows his best friend Julian to read his novel, it becomes clear to Julian that the contents of the work are fact than fiction, revealing their shared love for Catherine and tracing the descent of their once ideal friendship into jealousy and recrimination As John and Julian s friendship deteriorates in the real world, it becomes evident that John s fiction has invaded reality and turned thier nonfiction lives upside down.

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    1 thought on “The Land as Viewed from the Sea”

    1. I really like the scenes set at sea, and the scenes with the characters working the land. I liked the structure of the story within the story - although the reveals were a little more predictable than I would have liked. I found the characters real, if not altogether likeable. My biggest letter down was the final section, which I almost wish I hadn't read. Sometimes explanation kills the magic. Sometimes there are things it's better not to know?!

    2. I spent much of the book being irritated by the characters and not knowing why. The end of the book explains why.

    3. Sorry for this harsh rating. I reserve 1 star ratings for books that I just can't bear to finish. This is only the third book in my life that has earnt such a rating.

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