Turbulent Wake (Paperback)
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Paperback 276 Pages / Published: 16/05/2019
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As a young man comes to terms with his father's death, he is forced to face his own demons, and confront the possibility of change... A stark, eye-opening and exquisitely poignant novel spanning the globe and probing the issues that define our times, by the author of the critically acclaimed Claymore Straker series... 'This is a remarkably well-written, sophisticated novel in which the people and places all come alive on the page...' Literary Review 'Searing ... at times achieves the level of genuine poetry' Publishers Weekly ____________________ Ethan Scofield returns to the place of his birth to bury his father. Hidden in one of the upstairs rooms of the old man's house he finds a strange manuscript, a collection of stories that seems to cover the whole of his father's turbulent life. As his own life starts to unravel, Ethan works his way through the manuscript, trying to find answers to the mysteries that have plagued him since he was a child. What happened to his little brother? Why was his mother taken from him? And why, in the end, when there was no one else left, did his own father push him away? Swinging from the coral cays of the Caribbean to the dangerous deserts of Yemen and the wild rivers of Africa, Turbulent Wake is a bewitching, powerful and deeply moving story of love and loss ... of the indelible damage we do to those closest to us and, ultimately, of the power of redemption in a time of change. ____________________ 'The quality of Hardisty's writing and the underlying truth of his plots sets this above many other thrillers' West Australia 'Turbulent Wake is moving, it caused me to ache deep inside ... a rather beautiful read' LoveReading 'The writing is sublime! So different from the Claymore Straker series but just as compelling - a round-the-world journey through a lifetime of regrets. Wow!' Off-the-Shelf Books 'If you like literary fiction with heart then you MUST read the stunning Turbulent Wake - powerful, evocative, profound; I savoured every word' Karen Cole 'A truly beautiful story ... what a special book this is' Jen Med's Book Reviews 'Evocative, compelling, a pull-at-your-heartstrings page turning read! A book that you will absorb into your very soul! Go and get a copy today!' Crime Book Junkie 'Powerful, evocative, profound; I savoured every word' Hair Past a Freckle 'Compelling and inspiring, it is an adventure, a journey, a exploration of life, a fascinating novel' Swirl & Thread 'Heartbreaking, honest, wonderful. This novel needs to be read by many, so they can see what damage they cause' Steph's Book Blog Praise for Paul E. Hardisty 'A stormer of a thriller - vividly written, utterly tropical, totally gripping' Peter James 'A fast-paced action thriller, beautifully written' Tim Marshall, author of Prisoners of Geography 'Hardisty is a fine writer and Straker is a great lead character' Lee Child 'A trenchant and engaging thriller that unravels this mysterious land in cool, precise sentences' Stav Sherez, Catholic Herald 'Gripping and exciting ... the quality of Hardisty's writing and the underlying truth of his plots sets this above many other thrillers' West Australian 'Beautifully written, blisteringly authentic, heart-stoppingly tense and unusually moving' Paul Johnston 'The plot burns through petrol, with multiple twists and turns' Vicky Newham

Publisher: Orenda Books
ISBN: 9781912374717
Number of pages: 276
Weight: 260 g
Dimensions: 129 x 198 x 21 mm

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“A father and a son”

I'm grateful to the publisher for a free advance copy of Turbulent Wake and for inviting me to take part in the book's blogtour.

Turbulent Wake is a bit of a departure by Hardisty. His previous books for... More

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“Simply stunning. Still in tears hours after finishing it.”

I have read Paul Hardisty’s series of books that featured Claymore Straker and enjoyed them. Turbulent Wake is completely different and I loved every bit of it. It tells the story of a family that is estranged and... More

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