Sharon Kernot { ebook } Underground Road

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Underground Road review Ù eBook or Kindle ePUB read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Sharon Kernot read Underground Road Damien Edith Kenneth and Mary are residents of a single street whose lives are ordinary to the last degree and as such encompass addiction and domestic violence uiet achievements and small acts of. A thought provoking commentary on the social climate of contemporary Australia Underground Road exposes lives of uiet desperation lived on a single suburban streetTold in three parts from a omniscient third person perspective we are introduced to four residents of a working class suburb The recently widowed Edith who spends lonely hours in front of the pokies at the club mentally ill Kenneth who roams the neighborhood looking for the secrets letterboxes have to tell twelve year old Damien who lives with his siblings his mother and her temperamental de facto and sixty three year old Mary forced by Centerlink to search for work now that her husband has retiredTheir stories unfold slowly revealing the unsettling truth of these character s lives behind closed doors As realistic representatives of the social challenges in Australia today Kernot s characters draw attention to issues such as gambling addiction domestic violence bullying and mental health care Underground Road is a moving poignant and honest novel to challenge your social conscience

  • Paperback
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  • Underground Road
  • Sharon Kernot
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  • 13 May 2019
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