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Fidelity Redhill conjures up many unexpected twists in ten richly textured stories that range from the darkness of family silences to the hilarity of people caught in their own snares With his unflinching attention to emotional detail, Redhill proves once again to be a writer of considerable humanity and insight A.L Kennedy. Free Download [ Fidelity ] By [ Michael Redhill ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Fidelity
  • Michael Redhill
  • English
  • 02 November 2017
  • 0316734993

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  1. Reviewed in 2004 Canadian author Michael Redhill spent ten years writing his debut novel, Martin Sloane, published to wide acclaim in 2001 As if challenging himself to master the whole of Henry James s The Art of the Novel in one fell swoop, Redhill fashioned a meticulous and structurally flawless narrative Told largely through the first person voice of a female character recounting her love affair with an enigmatic artist who later disappears under ambiguous circumstances, Martin Sloane is t Reviewed in 2004 Canadian author Michael Redhill spent ten years writing his debut novel, Martin Sloane, published to wide acclaim in 2001 As if challenging himself to master the whole of Henry James s The Art of the Novel in one fell swoop, Redhill fashioned a meticulous and structurally flawless narrative Told largely through the first person voice of a female character recounting her love affair with an enigmatic artist who later disappears under ambiguous circumstances, Martin Sloane is that rare instance of an intelligent page turner that permits readers to respect themselves in the morning And now, in a collection titled Fidelity, Redhill exhibits a jeweler s precision in crafting short stories Not all of the...

  2. Yes, he writes about real life in a real way, but his characters are loathsome, shallow, unaware human beings that I don t want to encounter either on the page or in real life Good writing, but who cares

  3. I read about half of the stories and only one of them felt accessible in that it did not require too much thinking as to what the point of the story might be.

  4. Lots of books have the title, Fidelity Michael Redhill takes a broader perspective on what that word actually means It involves frogs, sex tapes, scientific fact, roadkill, and vasectomies Some stories show that even thinking about being with someone other than your spouse is an act of infidelity not an uncontrollable dream, but an actual plan even...

  5. The collection of short stories is loosely tied together by the thread of marriage, children and love The stories are set in a variety of spots known to Redhill includng Mount Morris NY caveat Redhill does not think highly of our local town to European trains and apartments Redhill ...

  6. 10 stories about, in many ways, the exact opposite of the title Damaged people trying not to break their fidelity to themselves and ending up hurting those they should be faithful to The fickle nature of love, the selfish nature of humanity Often devestating and fragile, but rarely pe...

  7. good storiesloss with no redemptiona reminder that we can and do damage people whom we have loved Canadiansthere is something I find calming in an otherworldly way about Canadian fiction Makes me want to read similarly themed and slightlyhumorous short stories of Alice Munro

  8. Short stories on the theme of loyalty in the broadest sense , mostly set in contemporary SE Canada Well written, but mostly rather depressing loyalty only seems to bring misery, or at least regret.

  9. This is a collection of short stories about human nature, and all of its failings and foibles The illustration on the cover is a great, deceptively simple illustration of what happens when we betray another s trust.

  10. Don t often pick up short stories, it was a pleasant read.