Plodding and dull, ‘Wilful Blue’ may be Sonya Hartnett’s least accomplished book. The book is made-up of two intertwined stories: the first follows a group of 20-something artists attending a retreat, while the second depicts a young woman interrogating two of the artists to unravel the circumstances around her brother’s death. The intercutting of the two stories is appallingly clunky – the text abruptly switches from one story to the other, changing font face in the process, often for no more t Plodding and dull, ‘Wilful Blue’ may be Sonya Hartnett’s least accomplished book.
When the Germans attack their Romany encampment during World War II, Andrej and his younger brother, Tomas, flee through a ravaged countryside under cover of darkness, guarding a secret bundle. Their journey leads to a bombed-out town, where the boys discover a hidden wonder: a zoo filled with creatures in need of hope. A mesmerizing tale of a young man fighting his future, a young woman fighting her past and a mysterious creature who teaches them something about survival by an international award-winning author and the recipient of the prestigious Astrid Lindgren Prize. Ever since Dad went off the deep end and decided he didn't need to work anymore - insisting the Lord would provide - Satchel O'Rye has felt stuck for life in his dying country town.
by Sonya Hartnett First published June 6th 1994. Showing 1-6 of 6. Wilful Blue (Hardcover). Published September 1st 1994 by Viking Children's Books. Hardcover, 160 pages. Author(s): Sonya Hartnett. ISBN: 0670857181 (ISBN13: 9780670857180). ISBN: 014036806X (ISBN13: 9780140368062).
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Sonya Hartnett's work has won numerous Australian and international literary prizes and has been published around the world. Uniquely, she is acclaimed for her stories for adults, young adults and children.
Sonya Hartnett was born in Melbourne, Australia, in 1968. Her first book, Trouble All the Way (1984), was published when she was just 15 years old, and since then she has written many more books of fiction. Her novels have been published traditionally as young adult fiction, but her writing often crosses the divide and is also enjoyed by adults. Her novels include: Wilful Blue (1994), also produced as a play and performed at the Victorian Arts Centre; Sleeping Dogs (1995); Black Foxes (1996), which traces the extraordinary life of Lord Tyrone Sully; and Thursday's Child (2002)
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Sonya's first book, Trouble All the Way, was published when she was just fifteen years old, and since then she has written many more books of fiction. The novels of Australian writer Sonya Hartnett, although classified for a young adult readership, transcend the genre due to their psychological depth and sophistication. Called intense and often devastating, her works, which include the award-winning Sleeping Dogs, Wilful Blue, and The Devil Latch, explore human character and the differences in the way in which individuals perceive the world around them.