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The Shark Party

The Shark Party For Carla February means the pressure of another birthday party for Nathan and his New York art world friends She buys him a book about Kurt Schwitters an artist he is thinking of collecting but a

  • Title: The Shark Party
  • Author: JanetColson
  • ISBN: 9780473295141
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • For Carla, February means the pressure of another birthday party for Nathan and his New York art world friends She buys him a book about Kurt Schwitters, an artist he is thinking of collecting, but a chance encounter in a bookstore changes everything Patrick, an environmental filmmaker, challenges her relationship and her artistic ambition In the wake of their fierce atFor Carla, February means the pressure of another birthday party for Nathan and his New York art world friends She buys him a book about Kurt Schwitters, an artist he is thinking of collecting, but a chance encounter in a bookstore changes everything Patrick, an environmental filmmaker, challenges her relationship and her artistic ambition In the wake of their fierce attraction, the unscrupulous world that has seduced seduced Carla begins to unravel and the harder she tries to break free, the tighter Nathan s grip becomes.

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    1. Colin on said:

      First of all I should say I'm one of those dreadful people who rarely spend more than 99p on a kindle book and 0p if at all possible. I'm not sure why, it's just one of those things. I have shelves and piles of books on which I've spent real money. So this was bought on a tip off and I'm mighty grateful for the recommendation. The first thing to note is that while this is a first novel, there is no way you would know that from reading it. The structure, the effortless way the plot and subplots a [...]

    2. Richard Reeve on said:

      Fantastic book. Loved the romance and the suspense. Couldn't put it down. Had a strong sense of place, and of context in the New York art world. Lovely use of language and characterisation. Psychological insight. Highly recommended.

    3. Mandy Hager on said:

      This is a smart, moving book about a woman escaping from a controlling man. It's also a thriller, and an insightful peek into the world of the New York art scene. Worth reading!

    4. Philippa on said:

      The arresting cover design was what made me pick this book up at my friend Mari's place. It's set in New York (mainly), about Carla, an artist, illustrator and designer, who's part of a high-flying art scene, mainly through her relationship with Nathan, who [SPOILER ALERT] turns out to be a right controlling, violent and possibly fraudulent bastard. Right in the beginning Carla bumps into her future lover, Patrick, in a bookshop, and her liaison with him unsettles her and makes her see that her [...]

    5. Kerry-Lynn Sorrell on said:

      This book was at the top of my "holiday reads" and it didn't disappoint. I thoroughly enjoyed it. A great thriller, I was on tenterhooks till the very end. But I also felt a strong need to read it slowly and enjoy the imagery. I responded to the clarity and simplicity of Janet's sentences in a similar way to when I am reading Tim Winton - when I feel like I've actually been there, or experienced what's being described. It's quite magic. I'm really looking forward to the next book!

    6. Elizabeth Handy on said:

      I could not put this book down. It is a compelling read. This book is beautifully written with excellent characterisation, and rich and interesting contextual detail. Yet it is the plot that really draws you in as the psychological drama and action unfold. There is a pleasing restraint about the author's writing style that delivers maximum impact with minimum clutter. Less is more. Nothing grates.

    7. Nigel Massey on said:

      A thrilling read - a perfect balance between character and plot that was very tightly and neatly done. I recognized New York City and Cape Cod straight away - the evocation of both places was spot-on and hugely atmospheric. The Upper East Side with its veneer of culture and its sinister corrupt undertones was very accurately portrayed.

    8. Missy on said:

      I love love love this book. I literally read it in about 6 hours. The characters are likeable (well the ones that are supposed to be anyway), the action is well done, and the romance isn't too soppy. The changes in the characters is so fluid, and smooth, that it's believable. I recommend this to everyone!

    9. Leith Speiden on said:

      Shark PArty Is a page turnerThe book is a well written mystery combined with romance. It shows a familiarity with the New York art scene and is a great read,

    10. Eddy Bryant on said:

      First rate thriller. I received my copy from first reads giveaway glad I won my copy. Very good been. Fast read. Hard book to put down. Highly recommend.

    11. Helen Varley on said:

      this story totally failed to engage me. the characters lack depth and the direction that the plot is headed is pretty easy to spot early on.

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