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by Ashley Sievwright

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Title:Walter
Authors:Ashley Sievwright
Info:Clouds of Magellan (2012), Paperback, 224 pages
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0987403702, Paperback)

Walter Kovak - insurance worker, early forties, unhappily married, no children, memorably invisible - is the sole survivor of a devastating suburban train crash. But Walter has no memory of the tragedy. One year on he starts to receive mysterious random warnings from strangers - warnings that could again save his life. And his memory of the fateful day begins to return. Ashley Sievwright lives, works and writes in Melbourne. His first novel, The Shallow End, was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize Best First Book in 2009. Reviews of The Shallow End: '... an impressively fresh voice in Australian fiction ... The Shallow End is a little gem of a novel and deserves to be widely read.' - The Canberra Times 'Both witty and easy to read ... filled with moments of droll sagacity ... evocative prose and cynical humour are Sievwright's strengths ...' - Australian Book Review

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Walter Kovak - insurance worker, early forties, unhappily married, no children, memorably invisible - is the sole survivor of a devastating suburban train crash. But Walter has no memory of the tragedy. One year on he starts to receive mysterious random warnings from strangers - warnings that could again save his life. And his memory of the fateful day begins to return.… (more)

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