The musings of a mother to her middle-aged, unemployed son

Keely and his mother are at dinner. His career has been ended by a scandal. At this point in my reading, I haven’t discovered exactly what the scandal is about, only that people with lots of money have not treated him well in the past. (Cue the sinister background music.) Depressed, Keely isn’t treating him body well in his present. (Cue the drugs and alcohol.) Part of their conversation follows:  quotation

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5 thoughts on “The musings of a mother to her middle-aged, unemployed son

    1. I am really enjoying Tim Winton’s work. There’s a lot of raw language, but there’s also the presence of some subtle Christian imagery and themes of redemption have run through both books I’ve read. I like how he touches on those ideas without being preachy, and it feels unforced and natural.

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