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brother fish by Bryce Courtney

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AuthorBryce Courtney
Titlebrother fish
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Volume0
YearUnknown
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by emma 
(Nov 13, 2005)

This book far surpasses Courtneys usually high standards! The tale along with the usually expected background and historical non-fictional elements is absolutely brillant and by far the best Bryce Courtney novel yet! The book is well worth the investment in both time and effort! However, like many of Courtneys novels it is a bit slow to get started but once you do there's no turning back!


Submitted by Nikki 
(Aug 06, 2005)

I loved Brother Fish. I think it is a book that should be read by everyone at least once. I have read it three times. It is a touching story in many ways, and brings out emotions I didn't know existed. It is an amazing story of friendship, between three very diffrent people from very diffrent backgrounds. It is one of Bryce Courtney's better books. It deffinatly tugs at the heart strings. I'd recommend it to everyone.


Submitted by Jess 
(Jul 16, 2005)

Brother Fish like many of Bryce Courtney's books brought tears to my eyes and restored my faith in human kindness. The story was excellent and felt overwhelmingly real. Portraying real life in fiction is one of Bryce Courtney's strong points and I dont think his books would be the same without that. Overall the book was one of the best I've read and I hope they keep coming. Great work!


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