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<span id="freeTextContainer17147734485551187709">Late on a hot summer night in 1965, Charlie Bucktin, a precocious and bookish boy of thirteen, is startled by an urgent knock on the window of his sleep-out. His visitor is Jasper Jones, an outcast in the regional mining town of Corrigan.<br /><br />Rebellious, mixed-race and solitary, Jasper is a distant figure of danger and intrigue for Charlie. So when Jasper begs for his help, Cha</span>
<span id="freeText17147734485551187709" style="display:none">Late on a hot summer night in 1965, Charlie Bucktin, a precocious and bookish boy of thirteen, is startled by an urgent knock on the window of his sleep-out. His visitor is Jasper Jones, an outcast in the regional mining town of Corrigan.<br /><br />Rebellious, mixed-race and solitary, Jasper is a distant figure of danger and intrigue for Charlie. So when Jasper begs for his help, Charlie eagerly steals into the night by his side, terribly afraid but desperate to impress. Jasper takes him to his secret glade in the bush, and it's here that Charlie bears witness to Jasper's horrible discovery.<br /><br />With his secret like a brick in his belly, Charlie is pushed and pulled by a town closing in on itself in fear and suspicion as he locks horns with his tempestuous mother; falls nervously in love and battles to keep a lid on his zealous best friend, Jeffrey Lu.<br /><br />And in vainly attempting to restore the parts that have been shaken loose, Charlie learns to discern the truth from the myth, and why white lies creep like a curse.<br /><br />In the simmering summer where everything changes, Charlie learns why the truth of things is so hard to know, and even harder to hold in his heart.</span>
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<span id="freeText2822332605188859280" style="display:none">This review is so overdue it&rsquo;s.. not even funny anymore. <br><br>Actually, it wasn&rsquo;t funny to begin with so there goes my witty opening. Things can only go down from here, really. I warn you. <br><br>If I was a liar, I&rsquo;d say I had left this review space to lie fallow so long because I was taking my time to process and analyse the novel, to think Deep and Meaningful Thoughts, and draft a serious and critical review. <br><br>But the honest truth is (a) I can procrastinate like nobody&rsquo;s business and, (b) I actually found the prospect of writing this review extremely daunting. I happen to be one of those people who sees a bar set high not as a challenge, but an excuse to slink away and pretend I was never there. <i>&ldquo;Nothing to see here people, just wimping out…&rdquo;</i><br><br>And does Craig Silvey ever set the bar high. <br><br><i>Sighs</i><br><br>There&rsquo;s a precarious point between following the rules for writing and breaking the rules for writing where occasionally something quite brilliant is created. (I started trying to make a venn diagram to illustrate that point, then realised I was just avoiding this review again.) And overall, with a few unsteady moments, I think that Jasper Jones hits that mark. <br><br>Of all those things I (and others, I suspect) was taught to <i>never do</i> while writing, Silvey has used them to craft something quite special, a book that is less words on paper and more a profoundly moving experience. <br><br>In the spirit of full disclosure, I didn&rsquo;t feel this way immediately. <br><br>From the first page, I thought the writing was beautiful, arresting. But throughout the first couple of chapters (and they&rsquo;re long chapters) I was conscious of a feeling that I wanted to hop outside of myself, get behind my own brain, and <i>push</i> – like rolling a stone up a hill. I was aware that what I was reading was good, even great, and that I was going to be rewarded in some way. But despite Charlie and Jasper's grim discovery at the book&rsquo;s opening, there was also something arduous about it, the way book meanders through its set up. And call me un-Australian (haha) but I&rsquo;m afraid all that cricket talk went straight to the keeper and it was a bit of a slog for me to get through. <br><br>I realise that&rsquo;s not a very auspicious way to begin a book. But in hindsight, I don&rsquo;t think I would change a thing. I think that it was necessary to create the layers of tension and subtext and relationships, to create the drowsy, yet unsettling atmosphere that make <a href="https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6854366.Jasper_Jones" title="Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey" rel="nofollow">Jasper Jones</a> what it is. Which is unapologetic and brilliant. <br><br>In so many ways, this is a story about growing up versus becoming an adult. Charlie, a bookish teen, and Jasper, marginalised due to his indigenous heritage, are both outcasts that must grow up in a way that some of the adult characters never have. Both are compelled to make life-altering choices amid the deceptive quiet of life in a country town. <br><br>Silvey captures small town Australia so perfectly, even more so the social and political climate of the time. This isn&rsquo;t always easy to read. After all, this was a time period when the effects and attitudes of the White Australia Policy and assimilation were still very much imprinted on the consciousness of a nation – and the prejudice, intolerance and outright cruelty that Aboriginal Australians and migrants were subjected to is disquieting. It&rsquo;s a brave move, choosing not to paint 1960s Australia simply in strokes of fond nostalgia, but to reveal the shades of racism and narrow-mindedness that bred malice and ostracism. It&rsquo;s unflinchingly honest, and thereby highlights the very real courage of its young protagonists, who forge a bond in the face of a community that fears what it does not know. <br><br><a href="https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6854366.Jasper_Jones" title="Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey" rel="nofollow">Jasper Jones</a> is a book that creeps into your stomach and stretches your nerves. There&rsquo;s a growing sense of unease seeping through the pages that belies the somewhat somnolent manner in which the story unfolds. And as the true nature of the Corrigan&rsquo;s secrets – Laura&rsquo;s, Jasper&rsquo;s, Eliza&rsquo;s, Mad Jack Lionel&rsquo;s – begin to emerge, it&rsquo;s hard not to feel anxious and sick and entirely absorbed in this complex, grey story. <br><br>Silvey weaves his backdrop of Corrigan with richly realised characters, from Charlie&rsquo;s sharp and unhappy mother, to his effusive friend Jeffrey, but it was Jasper that truly owns my heart. Accepted nowhere but on the football field, his was the story that touched me the most, his rough words of insight that struck me with their truth, the glimpses of his fear through his bravado that were heart-rending. He does not tell this story, but it&rsquo;s his presence that makes it what it is. <br><br>I feel like I say this a lot in reviews, as some kind of caveat, but I&rsquo;m going to say it yet again: this book won&rsquo;t be for everyone. The writing, the subject matter, and the technical aspects (which the lovely <a href="https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/267472544" rel="nofollow"> Shirley</a> does a far better job of discussing) may not be equally accessible to all readers. And I&rsquo;ll be interested to see whether the Printz nomination garners this book a broader, crossover audience, as in Australia (as far as I&rsquo;m aware) it&rsquo;s generally marketed towards adults. But there&rsquo;s just something beautifully unique about this book, the way it doesn&rsquo;t bend to conventional rules, a very Australian essence distilled and concentrated so accurately.<br><br>And the final, chilling scenes that wrap up this the story are so fitting and lingering that I think the closing image is possibly indelibly stamped on my brain. Long after finishing this book I was still wrapped up in it, the questions it presented, the threads that lay ambiguously untied. <br><br>The last star of my rating is for that ending alone. Powerful and haunting.<br><br>***<br>I just finished this on the tram this morning. Speechless.<br><br><b>Intercontinental mass readalong of Jasper Jones</b> <br><br><a href="http://s1130.photobucket.com/albums/m523/reynje/?action=view&amp;current=9e9c0352.jpg" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
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<span id="freeText14597720923419611586" style="display:none">I guess when you finish a book that you absolutely loved and you sit down, notebook fill of coherent notes, to start writing a review it&rsquo;s easy to start using clichés. I find this is especially true when it comes to those Australian authors.<br>You&rsquo;ve heard it before, haven&rsquo;t you?<br><em>Is there something in the water Down Under?</em><br>Well, I don&rsquo;t think there is. Nope, not at all. You don&rsquo;t see me reverting to those tired and ridiculous clichés, do you?<br>My suggestion as to why these Aussie authors are so ridiculously good? There&rsquo;s something in the shrimps that they put on all those barbies.<br><br>In all seriousness though, this book is good. Great. Cracking. Brilliant. All the superlatives you can think of. I don&rsquo;t really want to talk too much about the plot because this book is a mystery, both in plot and character. But right from the beginning, so full of suspense and unease, to the breathless "<em>thisiswhathappened"</em> ending, I was completely captivated.<br><br>The characters are brilliant, especially Jasper Jones although I so desperately wanted more of him. Although saying that, I&rsquo;m a bit torn in this aspect because I adored him when he was on the page and I loved the interactions between him and Charlie… but I loved the mystery and intrigue around the character even more. Misunderstood and with a heart of pure gold; Jasper Jones is the kind of boy who you&rsquo;d want to go on adventures with. Sure you&rsquo;d come back from those adventures slightly sunburnt and dishevelled with random insects in your hair, scraped knees and faced with the inevitable grounding from your parents but it would always be with it. Simply put, I loved him and my heart ached for him.<br>Also, I had lots and lots of time for Eliza. Such a little sweetheart.<br><br>I also loved how multi-faceted this book was. If I told you just what the basic plot of this story was (which I&rsquo;m not going to) I would probably be missing about 75% of what this book actually covered. History, racism, Australian culture, prejudice, the subtle interactions between families, the damage of secrets and rumours and cricket (yeah, I could have probably have done without the cricket aspect of things. Cricket, to me, is a game we were forced to play in PE at high school when it was too sunny for bench ball.) Mr Silvey perfectly balances all of these issues without being overly clunky and preachy.<br><br>A little bit unrelated and possibly a little thematic spoilery, I often wonder how the context in which you read a book effects how you feel about it. It was a complete coincidence that I read this book the weekend when<a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/aug/18/mother-moors-murder-victim-dies?INTCMP=SRCH" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"> this had been in the news once more</a>. I had no idea what this book was about before I picked it up so it was quite daunting to read a book that, although set in the 60s, felt so current. It&rsquo;s difficult to put into words how that whole story affected and still continues to affect the British public so it was strange to read this book with that very much in my mind (they also have a brief mention in this book). I know I would have found <em>Jasper Jones</em> moving if I had read it a few months ago but would it have affected as much as it did? I don&rsquo;t know but it certainly left an impression on me and proved to be a great deal more topical than I thought it was going to be.<br><br>One of my favourite things about Australian YA books is the sense of place that the authors create and <em>Jasper Jones</em> is no exception. It takes a lot to be transported from a clammy, rainy town in Greater Manchester to the bone dry, dusty, desolate Western Australian town but for the few hours it took me to read this book, I honestly was.<br><br>The scene, the story, the writing and the characters combined with the wonderfully cinematic and satisfactory ending (where all those story threads that you so desperately want to have been tied up into a lovely bow are still dancing in the Australian breeze and you wouldn&rsquo;t want it any other way) this book was glorious and definitely not a book that has been puffed up by the hype.<br><br>At the end of the day, this book was what would happen if you took a copy of <em>Jellicoe Road</em> and <em>Brown Skin Blue</em> and smushed them together making loud kissing noises. I&rsquo;m not sure if you&rsquo;re going to get a higher recommendation than that from me.<br><br>You can read this review and lots of other fun things on my blog,<a href="http://www.weartheoldcoat.com" rel="nofollow">Wear the Old Coat.</a><br><br><br>Pre-review.<br><br><b>STORY TIME</b><br>[Don't worry, it includes pictures]<br>When I saw all the cool kids were reading this I, being a <i>marginally</i> less cool kid, wanted to get involved.<br><br>But disaster struck when I went to buy a copy and I was shocked and appalled (well… not really) that you couldn't buy the copy with the bloke having a brew on the cover.<br>I wanted that cover. Sure the other covers are fine but it was too late, I had already fallen in love.<br><br>So I threw a huge wobbly and whinged and moaned and glared at inanimate objects. <br><br>Step in the ever so lovely <a href="https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/5590906-reynje" rel="nofollow">Rey</a>, who offered to send me a copy of Double J with the awesome Aussie cover.<br><br>And the parcel came today.<br>I almost didn't want to open it because look at the beauty!<br><br><img src="https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/hostedimages/1380368242i/720797._SY540_.jpg" class="gr-hostedUserImg"><br><br><br>And it got <i>better</i>!<br>Remember when you were a kid and you played pass-the-parcel and there was always that one stupid kid who the music <i>always</i> seemed to stop on and they got all the sweets and the packet of stencils or a colouring book or whatever?<br>TODAY I WAS THAT KID!<br><br><img src="https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/hostedimages/1380368242i/720798._SY540_.jpg" class="gr-hostedUserImg"><br><br>And as it's a law to take a picture of your copy of Jasper Jones and seeing as I don't live <s>in paradise</s> Australia and I don't have beautiful golden beaches at my disposal and the thought of sitting in a blustery, rainy, possibly snowy Mancunian park and taking a picture was just too depressing…I took a picture of it with my new teapot.<br><br><br><img src="https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/hostedimages/1380368242i/720799._SY540_.jpg" class="gr-hostedUserImg"><br><br>Rey, I love you.<br>And I must read this book soon. </span>
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