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The Resource Akin, Robin Murarka

Akin, Robin Murarka

Label
Akin
Title
Akin
Statement of responsibility
Robin Murarka
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NSL
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Murarka, Robin
Index
no index present
Literary form
novels
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Australian fiction
Label
Akin, Robin Murarka
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Content category
text
Contents
  • The novel centers on the journey of a boy whose struggle for survival begins when his thoughts and ideas begin diverging from values he was raised to follow. As he traverses into adulthood, his eyes open to truths about his family and community that his young mind had previously been incapable of understanding. Haunting memories of events witnessed as a child drift through his mind, creating rifts and questions he is forbidden to ask. adulthood is marked by a moral rebellion towards the compliant life he was raised to follow. As his mind begins to explore past atrocities, he is met with severe opposition which compels him to Akin takes place in a time void of technology and full of lore passed down by generations of ancient cultures. Across an arid land lay scattered city states and villages of people separated by social and political hierarchies. Through this vast archaic world, Akin manages to illustrate vivid human experiences that are unquestionably universal, regardless of the places we live or where we come from. The novel centers on the journey of a boy whose struggle for survival begins when his thoughts and ideas begin diverging from values he was raised to follow. As he traverses into adulthood, his eyes open to truths about his family and community that his young mind had previously been incapable of understanding. Haunting memories of events witnessed as a child drift through his mind, creating rifts and questions he is forbidden to ask
  • Akin takes place in a time void of technology and full of lore passed down by generations of ancient cultures. Across an arid land lay scattered city states and villages of people separated by social and political hierarchies. Through this vast archaic world, Akin manages to illustrate vivid human experiences that are unquestionably universal, regardless of the places we live or where we come from
Control code
000053059127
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
First edition, 2014.
Extent
515 pages
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9780992440404
System control number
(OCoLC)884245214
Label
Akin, Robin Murarka
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Content category
text
Contents
  • The novel centers on the journey of a boy whose struggle for survival begins when his thoughts and ideas begin diverging from values he was raised to follow. As he traverses into adulthood, his eyes open to truths about his family and community that his young mind had previously been incapable of understanding. Haunting memories of events witnessed as a child drift through his mind, creating rifts and questions he is forbidden to ask. adulthood is marked by a moral rebellion towards the compliant life he was raised to follow. As his mind begins to explore past atrocities, he is met with severe opposition which compels him to Akin takes place in a time void of technology and full of lore passed down by generations of ancient cultures. Across an arid land lay scattered city states and villages of people separated by social and political hierarchies. Through this vast archaic world, Akin manages to illustrate vivid human experiences that are unquestionably universal, regardless of the places we live or where we come from. The novel centers on the journey of a boy whose struggle for survival begins when his thoughts and ideas begin diverging from values he was raised to follow. As he traverses into adulthood, his eyes open to truths about his family and community that his young mind had previously been incapable of understanding. Haunting memories of events witnessed as a child drift through his mind, creating rifts and questions he is forbidden to ask
  • Akin takes place in a time void of technology and full of lore passed down by generations of ancient cultures. Across an arid land lay scattered city states and villages of people separated by social and political hierarchies. Through this vast archaic world, Akin manages to illustrate vivid human experiences that are unquestionably universal, regardless of the places we live or where we come from
Control code
000053059127
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
First edition, 2014.
Extent
515 pages
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9780992440404
System control number
(OCoLC)884245214

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