[Epub] Lambs of God By Marele Day – 1sm.info

Lambs of God Carla, Margarita, And Iphigenia Are Three Nuns Living In A Crumbling Monastery On A Remote Island, Forgotten By Time, The World, And The Church Their Liturgical Calendar Is Governed By The Changing Of The Seasons, And By The Rising And Setting Of The Sun Their Days Are Spent Performing A Ritual Of Prayer And Storytelling, As They Knit The Wool Of The Sheep Who Inhabit The Monastery Grounds And Into Whose Bodies They Believe Their Deceased Sisters Souls To Have Entered Then, One Day, Seemingly Out Of Nowhere, A Priest Appears Hoping To Rise In The Church Hierarchy, He Has Presented Plans To His Bishop To Convert What He Believes Is An Uninhabited And Valuable Piece Of Church Property Into A Spa For The Wealthy And He Has Come To Investigate The Land Father Ignatius Is As Surprised To See The Nuns As They Are To See A Flesh And Blood Man, And What Follows Is The Strange, Moving, And Often Hilarious Story Of Their Struggle A Struggle Of Wills, But Also Of Faith Lambs Of God Is A Beautifully Written And Haunting Story Of Colliding Traditions, Conflicting Beliefs, And Magical Trans Formations It Weaves Together Christian Belief, Classical Mythology, Fairy Tales, Celtic Lore, And The Mysteries Of The Natural World Into One Of The Most Memorable And Gripping Of Contemporary Novels Like Ron Hansen S Mariette In Ecstasy, Lambs Of God Is A Wildly Original Investigation Into The Nature And Complexities Of Faith.


About the Author: Marele Day

Day was born in Sydney, and grew up in Pagewood, an industrial suburb She attended Sydney Girls High School and Sydney Teachers College and in 1973 obtained a degree from Sydney University She has worked as a patent searcher and as a researcher and has also taught in elementary school during the 1980s.Her Claudia Valentine series features a feminist Sydney based private investigator but her bre Day was born in Sydney, and grew up in Pagewood, an industrial suburb She attended Sydney Girls High School and Sydney Teachers College and in 1973 obtained a degree from Sydney University She has worked as a patent searcher and as a researcher and has also taught in elementary school during the 1980s.Her Claudia Valentine series features a feminist Sydney based private investigator but her breakthrough novel was Lambs of God which was a departure from the crime genre and features two nuns battling to save the island on which they live from developers it became a bestseller.She lives on the New South Wales North coast.Marele Day s four book Claudia Valentine series has become a minor classic in Australian crime writing, but her Lambs of God 1998 was evenhighly acclaimed as an original and provocative literary work, published in the US by Riverhead and in the UK by Sceptre Her most recent novel was Mrs Cook, a rich portrayal of the life of a woman whose passion and intellect matched that of her celebrated husband



10 thoughts on “Lambs of God

  1. says:

    This is a rather strange book that I had a hard time getting into, but ended up really liking a lot Three nuns between the ages of late forties to seventies have been living for a very long time on a remote island without any contact with the outside world Their version of Catholicism blends in nature worshi


  2. says:

    I had never heard of Marele Day before hearing of this novel on the knitting community Ravelry It was mentioned in one discussion of novels with knitting as a theme Many participants recommended this novel, so I got curious.Its a very weird novel and difficult to describe Three nuns live peacefully on a remote and


  3. says:

    Lambs of God gifts its readers with lush imagery, memorable characters, and a pervading undercurrent of myth and magic.It wasn t a story I was expecting to like, not only because of its religious setting, but because once I started, it took about 50 pages before I was fully settled into its world It s slow paced, full of


  4. says:

    This was a book club read I was sceptical at first but soon became enchanted with this very original idea It s among the best of books I have read I loved the descriptions of knitting history, the strange and unusual tale of 3 nuns and their surprise visitor I half expe ted something sinister to happen, but besides their very od


  5. says:

    A highly unusual and thought provoking tale about the nature of faith, belief and religion 3 feral nuns, the last of an island community, have their solitude broken by the arrival of a priest who has plans for their home What the nuns then do is both outrageous and understandable Day captures the world of these nuns, enclosed for decad


  6. says:

    Exceedingly quirky and weird Frequently hilarious, often squirm inducing, but it had depth that surprised me It features three forgotten nuns in a crumbling ruin of a monastery, lots of sheep, and a priest who stumbles across them in his quest to turn the property int...


  7. says:

    good


  8. says:

    This strange and unsettling book is full of destabilising events We begin in an abbey, where there are only three sisters left and their religious observances have taken on a peculiar flavour all of their own They weave fairy tales and ancient myths as well as pagan beliefs through their understanding and observance of Christian monastic life and they have


  9. says:

    Un Australia selvaggia e isolata dovrebbe fare da cornice a una storia complessa e ricca, che racchiude in s diverse vite tenute insieme dall invisibile filo del destino.Ma pi che di Australia, in questo romanzo, troviamo il senso selvaggio e di isolitudine perch l ambiente primario in cui si struttura la scena proprio un isolotto abbandonato, dove sorgono le rov


  10. says:

    This is an interesting book with many twists and turns The story is about a group of cloistered nuns that have been forgotten by the church A priest stumbles upon them He is surprised to find them as it was thought the property was abandoned.Good storytelling happen as the sisters kn...


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