Reviews for Amnesia by Peter Carey

Author Peter Carey
Author Peter Carey

We will find out in tonight’s discussions Pageturner’s thoughts on Peter Carey’s latest work Amnesia. Here are some reviews:

“Felix is a brilliant character: witty and paranoid with a Carey-esque backstory…The heights of Amnesia are that glorious Carey way with language” The Saturday Paper.

“Peter Carey is back in Australia with a bang… It’s funny, manic; so charged with energy that each sentence packs a punch – and reminds you that, at 71, Carey remains a wizard with words” Jennifer Byrne, Australian Women’s Weekly.

“A very funny book… Carey at the height of his powers..(He) doesn’t put a word or sentence in the wrong place…Amnesia is the novel for our times.” Mark Rubbo, Readings Monthly.

“The novel is a wild ride…Carey is Australia’s lyrebird master of dialogue, perfectly tuned to every nuance, or upward intonation, of successive generations of Australian speech…Effortlessly lyrical” Morag Fraser, The Age.

One thought on “Reviews for Amnesia by Peter Carey

  1. Patricia March 11, 2015 / 2:30 pm

    Look forward to talking about Amnesia tonight. Patricia

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