Sea Holly

Leaving behind his family and teaching job, John Vine goes to live an easy life by the sea and quell the wanderlust that threatens to undo him The mysterious disappearance of one of his students disrupts the surface idyll to reveal a town filled with complex relationships and burned out lives, all haunted by the images left of John s young pupil With rich and vibrant proLeaving behind his family and teaching job, John Vine goes to live an easy life by the sea and quell the wanderlust that threatens to undo him The mysterious disappearance of one of his students disrupts the surface idyll to reveal a town filled with complex relationships and burned out lives, all haunted by the images left of John s young pupil With rich and vibrant prose, this novel explores the relationship between the permanence of the natural world and the transience of modern technology.
Sea Holly Leaving behind his family and teaching job John Vine goes to live an easy life by the sea and quell the wanderlust that threatens to undo him The mysterious disappearance of one of his students disru

  • Title: Sea Holly
  • Author: Robert Minhinnick
  • ISBN: 9781854114358
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Sea Holly”

    1. I was attracted to this book because I had read and enjoyed some of the authors short stories and the book is set in Porthcawl on the Welsh Coast where my family spent a week almost every year for at least 12 years in a caravan at Trecco Bay. Being so familiar with the location of the story adds a dimension which is difficult to quantify. The author does a very good job in evoking the current run down and slightly shoddy atmosphere of the place but I almost didn't need the descriptions. I've exp [...]

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