Sky Waves Critically acclaimed novelist Michelle Butler Hallett rolls out her raucous brand of satire in this tender exploration of the human need for communication communion and love Skywaves is set against

  • Title: Sky Waves
  • Author: Michelle Butler Hallett
  • ISBN: 9781897174333
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
  • Critically acclaimed novelist Michelle Butler Hallett rolls out her raucous brand of satire in this tender exploration of the human need for communication, communion, and love Skywaves is set against the development of radio in Newfoundland and Labrador, and told in 98 non linear but interconnected chapters It crackles with comedy, modulates through history, and toys witCritically acclaimed novelist Michelle Butler Hallett rolls out her raucous brand of satire in this tender exploration of the human need for communication, communion, and love Skywaves is set against the development of radio in Newfoundland and Labrador, and told in 98 non linear but interconnected chapters It crackles with comedy, modulates through history, and toys with a new signal to noise ratio Skywaves is definitely a lively and sometimes demented aural culture novel Butler Hallett worked in radio for several years and has long been haunted by the story of a cousin who crashed his plane while looking for a lost child.

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    1. In Sky Waves Michelle Butler Hallett achieves two things that are worth noting: she succeeds with her seemingly odd choice of form, and she posits an amusing alternative history for the province of newfoundland and labrador. (By amusing I mean witty, not humourous; whatever she may be like in person, Hallett is not a comic writer.)The best review I've read of this book is by Amanda Tripp. You can read it at:mtls/issue3/writings-reIt's good to see a canadian writer decide to cast her tale in a ne [...]

    2. OK. So. The author is my wife. There's no way I can be neutral, unbiased. But re-reading this book after at least 5 years, I feel like I've been in the ring with John Gully, or Ali. At first, there is a great deal of feinting and gentle attack. Once the third section commences it's knockout punch after knockout punch. My emotional ribs hurt. There's blood on my brain floor. Read this book.

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