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Hiam AUTHOR Eva Sallis Read õ 4 í [Read] ➲ Hiam By Eva Sallis – Horticulturetrader.co.uk The world had changed As far as the eye could see the earth was red It wasn't orange or soil red or brown red or perhaps all of them at once It was profound rich red glittering deeply in the mid morni The world had changed As far as the eye could sM is the story of a journey through both a psychic and geographic landscape a journey through disintegration and loss Hiam an Arab migrant woman abandons Adelaide to unravel her life and memories on the road North after her family and identity have been destroyed In the course of the novel she weaves an identity out of past present stories dreams and. Stunning

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The Australian landscape with which she engages for the first timeOn one level this is the story of a migrant's experience in a strange land a novel which explores the pressures fragilities and strengths of exiled communities It is also a story of universal human grief individual courage and the will not only to survive but to live fully in the worl. excellent evocative prose gets inside the head of the woman who is going crazy with grief and follows her journey across Australia

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Hiam AUTHOR Eva SallThe world had changed As far as the eye could see the earth was red It wasn't orange or soil red or brown red or perhaps all of them at once It was profound rich red glittering deeply in the mid morning light She was vaguely aware of having known that somewhere in Australia the land was this colour but the reality of it was startling and stunning'Hia. Very interesting read I found Hiam the character very intense and hard to sympathise with It was only right at the end of the book that I could understand her a bit better That gave the book a very interesting edge