BRIDGE OF CLAY

by Markus Zusak

The family saga of the Dunbar brothers.

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    • Giving up. The style is choppy. I feel like a tweaker or teen that c as not finish a thought wrote this. I'm done. Loved the first two....giving up reading this. You shouldn't have to push through or stick with a fictional book...not the purpose
    • Beautifully written, like a wave on the beach, gathering momentum and then receding back. An ebb and flow of thoughts, snippets of information building into subtle portraits until I feel as though I am also part of the family. This book is a drug to be savoured and pondered upon.
    • The author was able to have me feel the strong bond of the five brothers. Each character was well defined and yet blended into this interesting family story.
    • I'm in awe of Markus Zusak and his latest book, Bridge of Clay. This book is amazing in so many ways. The descriptions read like poetry - he has such a way with words! (In describing the Dunbars: "A family of ramshackle tragedy. A comic book kapow of boys and blood and beasts." or "But make no mistake - he was a wasteland in a suit; he was bent-postured, he was broken.") I could have highlighted most of the book with brilliant passages. It's funny, it's sad, it's tragic, it's heartbreaking and uplifting at the same time. It's a book of love and of life, of family. Of the love of brothers. The way Zusak weaves in and out of the present and past is masterful. To me, it doesn't get any better than this. Absolutely loved the book from cover and cover and will read it again. Highly recommend this one for book clubs, as well; so many things to talk about! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!
    • A powerful read that I read all in one sitting! It truly feels like Matthew Dunbar is sitting across a table from me telling me this story! I loved it!