Bringing Stan In

Bringing Stan In By Julia Rochester Avita Jay, Bringing Stan In Why do you want to be a boat builder Because said Morwenna I like the way the boats grow Morwenna and Corwin are eight years old wind swept and salty haired twins growing up on the Devon coast In t
  • Title: Bringing Stan In
  • Author: Julia Rochester Avita Jay
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  • Page: 112
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  • Bringing Stan In By Julia Rochester Avita Jay, Why do you want to be a boat builder Because, said Morwenna, I like the way the boats grow Morwenna and Corwin are eight years old, wind swept and salty haired twins growing up on the Devon coast In the soft autumn light, they play as their grandfather, Matthew, watches the boats come in But it is a day unlike any other.
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    About "Julia Rochester Avita Jay"

    1. Julia Rochester Avita Jay

      Julia Rochester grew up in East Devon on the Exe Estuary She has worked for the BBC World Service on programmes in Portuguese for Africa and for Amnesty International as Researcher on Brazil She has also been the managing editor of her own small publishing company, Corvo Books A graduate in Modern Languages, she is fluent in German and Portuguese and has lived and worked in Germany and Brazil She lives in London with her husband and daughter.

    178 thoughts on “Bringing Stan In”

    1. This short story is so short that I don t know how to explain it It does touch some serious subjects, but if it was 30 or 40 pages longer I think we could ve had a little insight that what was there with about 15 pages My 2 star rating doesn t necessarily mean it s bad, but I could ve had a little from the story.


    2. Added 5 21 16 Published June 4th 2015 This was a very short audio story 23 minutes long which was free from Audible I thought I d try it The first time round, I didn t think much of it I had no idea where the story was going until the end, which was a letdown because I was waiting for of a plot There was some good description but it wasn t enough to make me enjoy the story Then, out of curiosity, I listened to the story again I wondered if perhaps I had missed the whole point of the story As it [...]


    3. I decided to give this audiobook a try as it was free on audible It is a short story and a prequel to Rochester s book The House at the Edge of the World The story started off a little slow for me and I didn t really find it interesting till the end There didn t seem to be much of a plot Only Matthew, who was the grandfather was the only one who had my interest because what was mentioned towards the end It had me curious about a few things Overall If you like stories about boats and the sea then [...]


    4. British book eh I don t understand what this book even about I just read it because it was free, lol Might as well read the free books i have because they will just be sitting there because the books I ve paid for I read them , this book was ight in my opinion not really a fan of this book, wouldn t listen to it again Nah.


    5. This was super short, but dealt very well with the concept of children dealing with death It was beautifully written, very to the point, and very point on If you ve got a minute, check it out I found it for free on audible


    6. Listened to this as an audio book after it was free on Audible, its a short novella and whilst it was quite brief it did touch upon a couple of tougher subjects, worth a listen but am also glad that I didn t pay for my copy.






    7. Audio book narrated by Julie Rochester23mA short story that is available free on Audible, Matthew tries to help his twin 8 year old granddaughters cope with the death of a local man that dies at sea Through this process, Matthew comes to understand what Stan meant to him.


    8. Here s another short audiobook with a marvelous accent Narrated by Avita Jay, Bringing Stan In, by Julia Rochester is about a day unlike any other.Told from the Devon Coast of England, eight year olds, Morwenna and Corwin are watching the ships arrive in the harbor On this particular day, someone dies and it has an affect on the twins.I believe the setting of the sun and a mackerel run lead them to the death of a community member One who inspired Morwenna the future of boat building But when he [...]


    9. What did I like The story evolves around a subject that never gets old The calm and collected way it is told made it very easy to listen to and gave me space to form my own opinion and turn it over in my head.What didn t I like I think the story needs the full novel sequel to be fully appreciated It is difficult to get a complete feel of the characters.When why should you read this If you, like me, think it is time to read some short stories The genre is being vastly overlooked and this book do [...]



    10. This was a short novella If it hadn t been free on audible I don t think I would have listened to it I m having trouble pinpointing what I don t like but I didn t like it.



    11. very very short bedtime story but it was good got me another step closer to my book goal for 2015 so close I can taste the finish line


    12. A very sad, short story that I think was well written, but was lacking in the character building Avita Jay did a great job narrating.



    13. I decided to give this free chapter audio book a try might as well I mean figure I listen to it and see how it is I thought this book was an okay book to listen to


    14. Although it is very very short barely a novella , it has been written quite beautifully and poetically.


    15. Brilliant start to the story as seen through the imaginative eyes of a child Interstingly tackles a hard subject through these means.









    16. Wow Very short, even for a short story Very likable, though If it were to be a full blown novel, I would enjoy it immensely


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