The Day of the Dog

The Day of the Dog

Archie Weller / Jan 22, 2020
The Day of the Dog Energy to burn right up to the shattering climax Newcastle Herald Everyone is celebrating young Doug Dooligan s release from gaol On his first day out Doug is offered a number of choices each of whi
  • Title: The Day of the Dog
  • Author: Archie Weller
  • ISBN: 9781864483888
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • Energy to burn, right up to the shattering climax Newcastle Herald Everyone is celebrating young Doug Dooligan s release from gaol On his first day out Doug is offered a number of choices, each of which seems likely to lead him back to prison or worse The Day of the Dog tells the tragic story of Doug s few days of freedom Set in urban Aboriginal Australia the novel i Energy to burn, right up to the shattering climax Newcastle Herald Everyone is celebrating young Doug Dooligan s release from gaol On his first day out Doug is offered a number of choices, each of which seems likely to lead him back to prison or worse The Day of the Dog tells the tragic story of Doug s few days of freedom Set in urban Aboriginal Australia the novel is a fast paced as it is gripping Scenes of sudden, devastating brutality give way to peaceful, even lyrical interludes as Doug, his family and those close to him find temporary relief in friendship, love, alcohol or escape to the bush But they are always drawn back into the ever narrowing circle of crime, violence, and the inevitable destruction.
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    1. This was an engaging story but ultimatly rather boring The was no raising of the stakes for our delinquent hero As such the story didn t really change and it left the reader feeling annoyed that the character never learned from his mistakes This was, however, an interesting look into a world that we don t get to see in any depth normally.


    2. I saw Archie Weller interviewed on NITV Austar Foxtel channel, a station dedicated to aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues It was an old interview, of a softly spoken, shy young man, but his book reading was strong, impassioned and had none of the hesitancy of his personal demeanour I am intrigued to read the book for myself.


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