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I enjoyed reading about the discovery and subsequent history of New Zealand and am delighted we have a real New Zealander here in our old friend Carolyn, who is enlightened and intelligent and just the person we need as we begin our new focus on books in this series.I recommend everybody read a little background somewhere on this fascinating and beautiful place.Remembering this book is about only a section of NZ Society. Sometimes the narrative is block form -- all indented -- only I don't know why.Descriptions of the countryside are correct and it is a very beautiful country. It can be a character's thoughts, but, on the other hand, character's thoughts show up in regular ole run-of-the-mill paragraphs, too. Ka nui taku mate, KCFKerewin reminds me of a Maori Lady I know.There is a trap here in our Read Around the World Series that I would like for us to avoid, and this seems a good time for us to bring it up.See next post, I'm trying to break up these long things!

I can see more clearly now, looking back at the beginning of the book, what's presented in the Prologue (The End at the Beginning).

You surely would not form your opinions of America by reading John Updike (I hope) and we don't want to do the same thing to any other country on the basis of one book, or one author's voice. That's important to keep remembering, and we always are about our own opinions of the BOOK here in Senior Net's Books, respectfully submitted (see Guidelines).

We will approach this book, we NEED to approach this book, like we do all other books on Senior Net, AS a book, and give our own opinions OF it, good OR bad, and discuss the additional and fascinating tidbits of New Zealand as we go, including but not limited to the interesting mythology and symbolism presented in the text, thus doubly enriching ourselves in the journey, keeping in mind always that in reading a book, we're hearing voices which may themselves not speak for the entire country, even a small one. Since we do have Carolyn IN here, I look forward to hearing from her what life is really like, and if she thinks the author has captured it, and a lot of other things.

I have also found there seems to be no Reader's Guide OR questions for this book, even from the publisher, and that several reading groups have found quite a few negative things they felt about the book.

Note that I say "the book" and not New Zealand and as I think Carolyn and some of you have mentioned, there are other authors from New Zealand who do present different voices and perspectives.

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