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E venerable school bringing Powerpoint sharp suits and even sixth form girls to the dusty corridors But while Straitley doesis sardonic best to resist this march to the future a shadow from Crafting Novels Short Stories his past is stirring A boy who even twenty years onaunts is teachers dreams A boy capable of bad thingsThe third in the Malbry Cycle of gripping psychological thrillers the latest of which is A Narrow Do. K itself is set in a rather old fashioned "British private school it just about fits into the world of the 2010 s but it s a tight "private school it just about fits into the world of the 2010 s but it s a tight The main character is a fabulously old grumpy and self deluded master at the school and for some reason I kept earing Stephen Fry s voice as Professor Donald Trefusis while I read the book It s mostly written in the first person from the point of view of several characters and the plot twist towards the end leads you completely astray To say would be to tell too much about what appensI loved this book and because it s a deep read it s on my re read list to catch up on all the plot points that I missed on first reading Anyone looking for a really great whodunnit read is in for a treat While not as unputdownable as Gentlemen and Players the first in what turns out to be trilogy Gentlemen and Players Blueeyedboy and Different Class this novel is intriguing look at the changing public school system the often unspoken class warfare among children and the problems of getting older I loved the multiple viewpoints and the somewhat meandering paceWe are back at St Oswald s a private boys boarding and day school in Yorkshire and the year is 2005 Roy Straitley a Latin teacher in is 60s and not in the best of shape is firmly resisting such changes as email and female students joining the student body for selected sessions He is a good teacher though very dedicated and intuitive about boys A new eadmaster arrives who turns out to be an alumnus triggering Straitley to remember a painful time in the school s past The plot begins to tangle nicely Alternating with this story is another point of view from the early 1980s We don t learn the identity of this narrator until uite late in the novel but eshe is a student at St Oswald s and a resident of the town Here we get the town and gown conflicts the different class of the title and a narration that is explicitly trouble to the point of being evilBoth viewpoints and both time periods work well though I do agree with the reviewer who said that if you read this novel in small bites you can lose your place in time and space This is a nicely paced intricate read not a breathless whoosh of activity You learn a lot about the school culture the personalities involved and both the working and private lives of several of the schoolmasters I love this attention to detail though I understand it s not for everyoneJoanne Harris is a good writer injecting touches of Hunted Wolf (Seraphine Thomas, humor into the narration but never trying toard I always believe The Jewish People: 2Their History and Their Religion her characters At times I am much interested in the lives of the people than the mystery which I think is generally a good thing in a long novel She. Oswalds Grammar in North Yorkshire Latin master Roy Straitleyas seen all kinds of boys come and go the clowns the rebels the underdogs and those Wilhelm Van Gloeden he callsis Brodie boys But every so often theres a boy who doesnt fit the mould A troublemaker A boy capable of twisting everything around Samotny rejs OPTY him A boy withidden shadows insideWith insolvency and academic failure looming a new broom as arrived at th. ,


After reading The Blue Eyed Boy and finding it lacking I wanted the next novel from one of my favourite authors to be a it and Joanne Harris delivered The story revolves around masters at a boys school in Britain and traces time across 20 years The protagonist Classics Master Roy "straitley connects with the boys recognising that at "connects with the boys recognising that at the world is a fairground of ominous attractions A time of violent enthusiasms and eually violent aversions of poignant sorrows and terrible joys and secret laughter that wrenches the Omega Beloved - Reimagined heart The novel weaves in desires and pain rules andabits friendships and camaraderieIt exposes love and loss and identifies the privileged position a teacher can The Nalco Guide to Boiler Failure Analysis have in the lives of young men no parent can possiblyave the objectivity of a Master No parent really believes deep down that their son could be a liar a bully a cheat a thief or worse still just an average boy unexceptional in every way Masters know the truth of course Few boys are exceptional All boys are lazy All boys lie And parents Who Is Esau Edom? however progressive or realistic in theoryave a ridiculous blind spot where their particular boy is concerned making them unreliable at best and at worst a downright liability I found it boring and didn t finish it Harris writes well Val McDermid s statement on the book jacket is accurate intriguing This is writes well Val McDermid s statement on the book jacket is accurate intriguing This is well paced crime novel set in a grammar school and it was gripping in the sense you wanted to know who did what But at its core the book lacks any ethical or moral viewpoint and is empty The key good guy the Latin teacher appears not to care that a child abuser and murderers are not exposed and punished All the characters are selfish and cynical and worse Very disappointing from a writer who selfish and cynical and worse Very disappointing from a writer who worked as a teacher As a former teacher and education advisor I was unimpressed by the stereotypes used and the moral void at the Weeds Among the Wheat Discernment Where Prayer and Action Meet heart of the book Dark but enjoyable if that s not a contradiction Follow up to Gentlemen and Players in that it is based in the same school with the Latin Master as a link I re read the first book to refresh my memory as there are some references back to the first book but could be read without any knowledge of it This is Joanne Harris ater best By complete lack of organisation I read this book first I think it s the third novel set in the same school and featuring much the same cast of characters I then went on to read gentlemen and players after this book The reason I mention this is because it Sesame Street Elmo's Easy as ABC Book and DVD Flap Book and DVD has the exact same plot twist as Gentlemen and Players so if you ve been sensible and read the books in order you may not be uite as engrossed as I was and possibly alert to the plot twistThe boo. The gripping psychological thriller from Joanne Harris to follower bestselling Gentlemen Players and BlueeyedboyPerfect for fans of Claire Mackintosh BA Paris Paula Hawkins and Tracy Chevalier Crime novel or literary novel Categories really dont matter; readers will find themselves comprehensively gripped Independent A cracking psychological thriller Good HousekeepingAfter thirty years at St.

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