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Carys Bray ☆ 9 review

They say there's no place like home It's where the heart isMeet the little boy who believes in miraclesMeet the mother who loves to bring babies home from the newborn aisle of. 45While I enjoyed all of these short stories I didn t particularly love all of them My least favorite being Sweet HomeTwo of my favorites were My Burglar and Dancing in the Kitchen the later one reminding me of my own daughterAs a heads up these were depressing stories however at the same time showed the truth about what really goes on behind closed doors Just in Case and The Baby Aisle were just completely bonkers

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Sweet Home

His prize winning short story collection Carys Bray weaves together moments of joy heartache sadness and unwavering love as told through seventeen very different notions of hom. Seeing that Carys has a new book coming soon prompted me to look up her others I ve loved them all but this book of short stories is particularly special Carys Bray is a delight to read and these stories show a uniue perspective In fact I might just read them again

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Her supermarketMeet the husband who carves a longed for baby out of ice as a gift for his wifeMeet the widow who is reminded of romance whilst standing at the kitchen sinkIn t. 25 stars interesting but not ground breaking


10 thoughts on “Sweet Home

  1. says:

    45While I enjoyed all of these short stories I didn't particularly love all of them My least favorite being Sweet HomeTwo of my favorites were My Burglar and Dancing in the Kitchen the later one reminding me of my own daught

  2. says:

    This book is one I was sent for review from the publisher at my reuest but this does not affect my opinionsI ADORED this book My friend had recommended this to me before and I had seen it generally on other people's videos and recommendations list but I never knew what I was missing out on This is an incredibl

  3. says:

    This is a wonderful short story collection It won Salt Publishing's Scott Prize and it really doesn't disappoint The stories will haunt you and trouble you; they'll also tug on your heart strings and make you tear up One of the stories The Rescue made me cry The theme of family runs through all of the tales; Ca

  4. says:

    25 stars interesting but not ground breaking

  5. says:

    This was such a good a collection A couple of stories weren't for me which I've come to expect in short story collections But the rest were fantastic Some just normal every day kind of stories and some were very strange indeed

  6. says:

    Sweet Home is a collection of seventeen stories that talk about parenthood loss grief and vulnerability of adults The language is sparse yet punches you with unexpected twists and turns It is a mix of both realistic tales and well as stories w

  7. says:

    In all honesty this felt like a 4 but I'm giving it a 5 because I think I did the old 'put it on a pedestal and then when you finally read it it's not as good as you'd hoped forward slash it's not you it's me' trick Perhaps I savoured it too

  8. says:

    I ordered this after hearing Jen Campbell speak about it on her youtube channel I am so pleased that I did This is by far

  9. says:

    Seeing that Carys has a new book coming soon prompted me to look up her others I’ve loved them all but this book of short stories is particularly special Carys Bray is a delight to read and these stories show a uniue perspective In fact I might just read them again

  10. says:

    Impressive collection of stories There were some that stood out than others but over all very enjoyable The only downside is the voices of the characters are not always age appropriate but the voice is beautiful so I didn't mind so much I think this will be an interesting book to read before and after having children

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