Hej Lyn.......for some days ago, I have read your book "Shattered Reflections". I have been around in Australia with you, driving all those miles. I could really sense the distance you have in your country!!! I've read it just after "Fugue". I tell you, I loved it. You write so like I`m with you.....very exciting , fascinating , emotional.........in the end my eyes filled with tears........you give me a very big pleasure to read it.....Tack.
I never read for relaxation during the day but today I did. I read till I finished 'Shattered Reflections". I can't actually tell what held me enthralled but I enjoyed every page. I love how you have written this book and identified with the settings. I remember those coloured clock traffic lights!
While I Can Still Remember:
Have just finished the absorbing read of: mmmmm?? What was it called????? It came to an end far too quickly as I was totally THERE!
I really felt the movement, transmission, sharing of knowledge as they all strived to connect to each other and to feed Piali. Lots of creative writing, descriptions and reality recording all making reading exciting. The terns were especially real and lovely “people” to know. I can see them clearly, rubbing bills and their coal-black eyes.
A friend loaned me your book [While I Can Still Remember] to take over to Norfolk with me. Lyn, I thought it was simply charming! I loved it. I knew only that the island had been a penal colony and that the Bounty mutineers, or their descendants, had been moved from Pitcairn to N.I. Then I read your book, so learned a whole lot more! Lyn, I loved the whole concept: of the young sapling absorbing all the stories through his roots. An inspiration on your part!
Jo, Atherton Tablelands, Qld