Beneath pale water / Thalia Henry.

By: Henry, Thalia [author.]Material type: TextTextDescription: 247 pages ; 20 cmISBN: 9780473407261Subject(s): Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction | Otago (N.Z.) -- FictionGenre/Form: New Zealand fiction -- 21st century. | Psychological fiction. Summary: Set amidst the physical and psychological landscapes of New Zealand's southern hills and grasslands, Beneath Pale Water is a social realist and expressionistic novel that follows a triangle of three damaged individuals - a sculptor, a vagrant and a model - who have grown calcified shells against the world. Their search for identity and belonging leads them into dangerous territory that threatens both their sanity and lives. As their protective shells crack they are left vulnerable - both physically and emotionally -to the high country winds and their own conflicts that, ultimately, might free - or destroy them.
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Set amidst the physical and psychological landscapes of New Zealand's southern hills and grasslands, Beneath Pale Water is a social realist and expressionistic novel that follows a triangle of three damaged individuals - a sculptor, a vagrant and a model - who have grown calcified shells against the world. Their search for identity and belonging leads them into dangerous territory that threatens both their sanity and lives. As their protective shells crack they are left vulnerable - both physically and emotionally -to the high country winds and their own conflicts that, ultimately, might free - or destroy them.

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