Disobedience

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Disobedience
  • Jane Hamilton
  • English
  • 03 April 2018
  • 0385601913

About the Author: Jane Hamilton

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Disobedience Reading someone else s e mail is a quiet, clean enterprise There is no pitter pattering around the room, no opening and closing the desk drawers, no percussive creasing as you draw the paper from the envelope and unfold it In and out of the files, no trace It could be the work of a ghost, this electronic eavesdropping.Seventeen year old Henry Shaw learns of his mother s passionate affair when he stumbles across her e mail correspondence with her lover His image of her is shattered, but he cannot resist his electronic eavesdropping Henry s younger sister, Elvira, is scornful of technology, stuck as she is in 1862 with her Civil War infantry regiment For Elvira, much to her mother s sorrow and her historian father s pride, is a hardcore Civil War re enactor Displaced from Vermont to Chicago, each member of the Shaw family finds their dreams hard to realize and their expectations of life turned on their head Disobedience is a compassionate, sharp, wicked and utterly contemporary novel about families, love and loyalty by a major literary talent. Best Read Disobedience [ by ] Jane Hamilton [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Disobedience

  1. Danita M says:

    I have enjoyed some Jane Hamilton booksthan others This one was very good Her prose is beautiful, and her subject matter interesting I liked the quirkiness of the characters Civil War reenactments, musicians that play music most people have never heard Their interests sometimes obsessions with the past sometimes made me forget that the setting was modern day until it started talking about e mail again I particularly liked that she chose to tell the story that is largely about a w I have enjoyed some Jane Hamilton booksthan others This one was very good Her prose is beautiful, and her subject matter interesting I liked the ...

  2. Sarah says:

    This book grated against my skin, but I wouldn t say it was a bad book, and the secondary character a die hard 11 year old civil war re enactor who also happened to be a girl was fascinating and I loved her I kept wanting to stuff a sock in the narrator her brother s mouth, to hearabout her It was like being invited to someone else s family reunion, and finding yourself really interested in everyone in the family except for the one pouty, self involved teenager you are seated next to This book grated aga...

  3. Holli says:

    I really liked this book I listened to the audio version, narrated by Robert Sean Leonard, who did a great job Like Hamilton s other book, When Madeline Was Young, this one is also sort of a coming of age story narrated by a teen aged boy, but this one is mucheffective I found this book to be very humorous It s a certain kind of humor, a hint of sarcasm, but not meanspirited Maybe droll is the right word I heard Jane Hamilton speak earlier this year and I was surprised at how funny I really liked this book I listened to the audio version, narrated by Robert Sean Leonard, who did a great job Like Hamilton s other book, When Madeline Was Young, this one is also sort of a coming of age story narrated by a teen aged boy, but this one is mucheffective I found this book to be very humorous It s a certain kind of humor, a hint of sarcasm, but not meanspirited Maybe droll is the right word I heard Jane Hamilton speak earlier this year and I was surprised at how funny she is She was a hoot Most of her books are so serious, but this one reflects her brand of humor sort of Garrison Keillor meets Anne Lamott That being said, the story is not comedic Henry, the narrator, is having a rough year, what with his mom s affair and everything, but there s this subtle humor running through the novel that really kept my attention I enjoyed all the characters Hamilton does a good job of making them very human They are kind of quirky, but very real I think I know some of them I especially liked the ...

  4. Lisa says:

    Disobedience is about a year in the life of 17 year old Henry Shaw He is dealing with the discovery of his mother s secret affair, his sister s obsession with Civil War re enactments plus a crush on a girl in another city Once I started listening to it I realized it was a 5 1 2 hour abridged audiobook I liked the narrator and was cur...

  5. Sheba says:

    This book just made so much sense How Miss Jane Hamilton wrote a boy, and not just any boy but a lovely, funny, bare, boy, is inconceivable to me It s a love story between a son and his mother It s a storing of weaning, a boy who becomes a man through vigilance over his mother s personal correspondence with her lover Watching her fall in love, betray her husband and her family allows him to fall out of love with the woman who raised him and judge and differentiate from the woman she is An a This book just made so much sens...

  6. Isaura Pereira says:

    J tenho livro h muitos anos, mas por alguma raz o fui sempre adiando a sua leitura O meu instinto tinha raz o N o gostei da escrita da autora Estrutura muito dispersa, com informa es paralelas que n o achei relevantes para a hist ria principal A hist ria contada apenas atrav s do ponto de vista do filho da mulher desobediente e nunca nos apresenta diferentes perspectivas de outras personagens ou at mesma da mulher que d nome ao livro Nunca sabemos o que realmente pensa, a raz o das J tenho livro h muitos anos, mas por alguma raz o fui sempre adiando a sua leitura O meu instinto tinha raz o N o gostei da escrita da autora Estrutura muito dispersa, com informa es paralelas que n o achei relevantes para a hist ria principal A hist ria contada apenas atrav s do ponto de vista do filho da mulher desobediente e nunca nos apresenta diferentes perspectivas de outras personagens ou at mesma da mulher que d nome ao livro Nunca sabemos o que realmente pensa, a raz o das suas ac es Apenas podemos supor a...

  7. Kirsten says:

    Aaaaaaand we re back to 2 out of 5 stars.I really need to make a shelf called Mom Books , because that s really what this one was I had a hard time figuring out what type of person Henry was his narrative voice was really kind ofmuddled, almost Like, was he 30, 17, 22 WHO S TO SAY His vocabulary and prose didn t really seem to gel all the time, and really, not that much happens in this book I have to assume that I marked it as To Read because the whole infidelity thing seemed interesti Aaaaaaand we re back ...

  8. Manik Sukoco says:

    A rite of passage story about Henry, who at 17 has discovered his mother s infidelity by reading her email messages, Disobedience explores complex family and gender themes Marital strife, the disillusionment of a young man with his mother, a pubescent girl s rejection of her female self, and the desire of all members of the family to live in some form of fantasy rather than reality form the spine of this story.Jane Hamilton has made some bold decisions as an author in the writing of Disobedienc A rite of passage story about Henry, who at 17 has discovered his mother s infidelity by reading her email messages, Disobedience explores complex family and gender themes Marital strife, the disillusionment of a young man with his mother, a pubescent girl s rejection of her female self, and the desire of all members of the family to live in some form of fantasy rather than reality form the spine of this story.Jane Hamilton has made some bold decisions as an author in the writing of Disobedience Henry s imagination about the affair...

  9. Stacy says:

    This book is too And everyone in it is too Too wordy Too unique Too stereotyped Too obsessive Too extreme I mean, he couldn t just be a political father he is a socialist with a history addiction The mom isn t just a musician she practically exudes music in her breath The son isn t just a teenage boy with typical angst and self discovery issues he is amiable, polite, socially acceptable to English dancing parents and voyeuristic The daughter I can t even make a too statement for This book is too And everyone in it is too Too wordy Too unique Too stereotyped Too obsessive Too extreme I mean, he couldn t just be a political father he is a socialist with a history addiction The mom isn t just a musician she practically exudes music in her breath The son isn t just a teenage boy wi...

  10. Sara says:

    Books like Disobedience aren t normally my cup of tea But this melancholy coming of age story goes well beyond the usual book club fare The story of sweet, sad Henry Shaw and his amazingly disfunctional but incredibly compelling family is so very much worth reading Its one of my go to novels and I ve thumbed through it many times.From his border line, Civil War reenacting sister who wears rebel grey everywhere they go to a passionate, very imperfect mother everyone in Henry s world is wor Books like Disobedience aren t normally my cup of tea But this melancholy coming of age story goes well beyond the usual book club fare The...