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Precocious Can there be a unreliable narrator than a teenage girl Fiona Palmer is un happily married when a chance meeting with her former teacher plunges her headlong into an affairIntercut with the realities of their adult relationship, Fiona remembers first meeting the enigmatic Henry Morgan as a precocious and lonely fourteen year old Her schoolgirl crush developed into an intense relationship, but it was always one which she controlledOr did she

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10 thoughts on “Precocious

  1. says:

    A schoolgirl crush is almost a rite of passage An influential teacher A bright young girl A love of literature and a disdain for frivolity Fifteen year old Fiona Palmer idolises her English teacher, Henry Morgan, and he returns her unwavering attention A line is crossed, but just who is to blame Years later, Fiona,

  2. says:

    In Precocious, Joanna Bernard s protagonist, Fiona Palmer, has never forgotten her first love She was just fourteen, a bright but lonely girl, when she developed a crush on her handsome and attentive English teacher, Henry Morgan, and the two plunged head long into an all consuming affair Fiona is now thirty and when a cha

  3. says:

    Precocious is a story of how Fiona Palmer writes with enthusiasm in her diary on scraps of paper and notebooks.You assume of course, that I kept a diary all those yearsScraps of paper Notebooks I don t know how much of it to believe myself, to be honest Can there be aunreliable narrator than a teenage girl This page turning scanda

  4. says:

    Hardly any meat and potatoes here Pretty basic age gap romance that doesn t offer anything other than a passable unreliable narrator who repeats herself, probably to fill pages If you are the kind of reader who wants to know what happens next in any book, you would be disappointed with what happens next in this.

  5. says:

    I have to admit to being a bit weary of unreliable narrators it seems to be the go to narrative mode for everyone these days The first 80 pages of this book is uneven, a bit muddled in places and jumps about so you have trouble sinking into the story and working out who is who I felt there was a lack of clarity in the writing at the beginning But

  6. says:

    The premise of Precocious a twentysomething woman runs into a teacher with whom she had an affair at the age of 14 is tantalising and slots nicely into the domestic thriller oeuvre But the story itself feels much too slight it never really seemed to dig in to the complexities of the emotions involved Rendered in broad strokes, the characters and situatio

  7. says:

    I find myself unsure how to describe this book It deals with very intense issues in a surprisingly gentle way that s not to say they are downplayed,that it handles them with a delicacy and objective perspective The result is both refreshing and unsettling.The plot unravels gently before you, it doesn t deliver shock or drama in that regard the author deftly offe

  8. says:

    Precocious by Joanna Barnard Fiona Palmer has a crush on her English teacher, Henry Morgan Who didn t have a crush on a teacher at sometime during one s school life This one is different though very different Fiona feels the connection and Morgan feels it too She is fourteen he is old enough to clich d, but fitting nonetheless Teenage emotions run rife, emotions that ar

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This wasn t quite what I expected I thought it would be a littleof a thriller and lighter I wouldn t say it was constantly enthralling, but it was handling a serious issue in a truthful way I think the author did a great job of creating doubt Clearly this man was in the wrong, but how much of it was

  10. says:

    I don t know what to say about this book, it was written really well but I m not sure how I feel about it I didn t really like any of the characters especially fee or Morgan which I suppose is a sign of a good book as sometimes you just don t like the characters Although towards the end I did start to see why fee was the way she was and did highlight how things can be taken out of cont

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