Kevin Powers The Yellow Birds

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The Yellow Birds

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It's a sad and deftly written story - and one that can stand tall with the great war novels that preceded it. * EMERALD STREET * Extraordinary . . . beautifully accomplished. The mark of an artist of the first order . . . a must-read book. * JOHN BURNSIDE, GUARDIAN * If you're looking for one of the first great novels of the Iraq war, this may be it. * CNN.com * That it horrifies with beauty and numbs by way of sensuality is Powers' big achievement * SUNDAY INDEPENDENT (DUBLIN) * From an opening that suggests The Waste Land to a closing that echoes The Great Gatsby, Kevin Powers has crafted one of the most beguiling and beautiful war novels of recent times . . . its soul spills out over every poetic page. * RTE GUIDE * A book that will make you look good on the bus . . . a powerful tale. * HEAT * What impresses most here are the mournful and melodious refrains which manage to cultivate beauty and pathos from the smothering chaos and dust. * WE LOVE THIS BOOK * 'This book epitomises the power of the written word; the language is at once poetic and brutal, vivid and sparse. A stunning, timely and engrossing novel.' * BOOKSELLER * Beautifully written . . . This is a harrowing and pitiful story of the sad waste of war. * THE LADY * What happens to soldiers at war? THE YELLOW BIRDS delivers answers that should rightfully unnerve us, if we're still willing - ten long years into Iraq and Afghanistan - to contemplate 'our little pest of a war.' The human cost is surely beyond any comprehensible measure, but in this haunting, unflinching crucible of a novel, Kevin Powers gives us the essence, with all comfortable, corrupting illusion and rhetoric burned away. * BEN FOUNTAIN, author of Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk * Terrific . . . vivid [and] gripping. A very much needed book. * MARGARET FORSTER, author of Diary of an Ordinary Woman * 'Powers' poetic gifts render the experience of Americans in Iraq with great emotional intensity. War has been a subject of literature ever since The Iliad. The best books transcend their time and circumstances to say something enduring and truthful about war itself. THE YELLOW BIRDS belongs in that category.' * PHILIP CAPUTO, author of A Rumor of War * [An] unforgettable debut novel . . . [Powers has] written fiction that seems more real than the "real" thing. * NEWSWEEK * The author's status as a veteran of the war, and therefore a curio in the American literary world, provides an unimpeachable veracity to the novel . . . It is quite clear that he is major talent. * INDEPENDENT * Intense, painful, excellent . . . Bartle tries to piece it all together, and his torment, which must be akin to the author's, feels like a gift. * SPECTATOR * It is a novel about the horrors of war made beautiful by the author's poetic language which is like handsome ironmongery, delicately strong but not overwrought . . . At one stage in the book, there's a bravura passage of stream of consciousness that may well be among the most effective lines ever written about a soldier trying to come to terms with what he has seen and done. For that alone Powers deserves a medal. * THE SCOTSMAN * Elegiac, sober, and haunting. * TIME magazine * THE YELLOW BIRDS skulks along, detached and undemanding, until all of a sudden you turn a page and find yourself weeping. * GQ, Debut Novel of the Month * Short, taut and eminently readable. With a John Updike-like hypersensitivity in rendering the mundane extraordinary . . . an extremely impressive debut - Kevin Powers is a name to watch. * TIME OUT Book of the Week * 'THE YELLOW BIRDS is a superb novel. Call it a war novel or a first novel or whatever you'd like. Powers has created a powerful work of art that captures the complexity and life altering realities of combat service. This book will endure. Read it and then put it way up on that high rare shelf alongside Ernest Hemingway and Tim O'Brien.' * ANTHONY SWOFFORD, author of Jarhead * In the great tradition of Hemingway and Tim O'Brien, Kevin Powers's exquisitely written THE YELLOW BIRDS draws us in to the combat zones of Iraq: the watch, the wait ("Stay alive, Stay alert"), the bungle, the slaughter and the irreparable aftermath. * EDNA O'BRIEN, GUARDIAN * We haven't just been waiting for a great novel to come out of the Iraq War, our 21st century Vietnam; we have also been waiting for something more important, a work of art that illuminates our flawed and complex and striving humanity behind all such wars. At last we have both in Kevin Powers' THE YELLOW BIRDS. * ROBERT OLEN BUTLER, author of A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain * 'The most recent war is much like the most ancient, torn bodies, cracked psyches, the emotional roundelay of pride, pain, confusion and sorrow. In THE YELLOW BIRDS, Kevin Powers has delivered an exceptional novel from the war in Iraq, written in clean, evocative prose, lyric and graphic, in assured rhythms, a story for today and tomorrow and the next.' * DANIEL WOODRELL, author of WINTER'S BONE * A novel about the war in Iraq might not usually top your reading list, but make an exception for this one . . . it's an intense, brutal and yet lyrical tale . . . Novelists from Ann Pratchett to Colm Toibin have praised its harrowing beauty. It's an elegant literary treat. * EASY LIVING * Page after page yields unforgettable images . . . undeniably, this is an important novel by a formidable talent. * DAILY MAIL * Kevin Powers' poetic, grievously sad debut novel captures one young man's experience of the war in Iraq . . . Powers is clear-eyed and dolorous, observing the damage done, but alive to the beauty of the landscape, and the details that cement friendship in a world dominated by violence and fear. * MARIE CLAIRE * And then I heard this . . . an extraordinary novel - honest painful, poetic. Powers's exquisitely drawn portrait of three young soldiers struggling in their own way to make sense of their situation gives you the real human story. * GUARDIAN * Thus far the definitive novel of our long wars in the Middle East; this book is certain to be read and taught for generations to come. * PHILIPP MEYER author of American Rust * A stunning read . . . beautiful [and] devastating. * SIMON MAYO, BBC RADIO 2 BOOK CLUB * Kevin Powers' lyrical account of war's deep impact on the individual is an important addition to the tradition of American war fiction and perhaps the first great novel to emerge from the long, intractable conflicts in the Middle East. * JOHANNA THOMAS-CORR, LITERARY REVIEW * [Powers] has forged a harrowing, enormously powerful first novel . . . Powers' writing is also attentive to nature and landscape, and he manages to entertain contradictory notions of beauty and horror. Wasn't that Fitzgerald's definition of genius? * FINANCIAL TIMES * 'THE YELLOW BIRDS is the All Quiet on the Western Front of America's Arab Wars.' * TOM WOLFE, author of The Bonfire of the Vanities * . . . One of those books that knocks your perceptions into new alignment permanently. * BARBARA KINGSOLVER * 'This is a novel I've been waiting for. THE YELLOW BIRDS is born from experience and rendered with compassion and intelligence. All of us owe Kevin Powers our heartfelt gratitude.' * ALICE SEBOLD, author of The Lovely Bones * Written with an intensity which is deeply compelling. * COLM TOIBIN, author of Brooklyn and The Master * Reaffirms the power of fiction to tell the truth about the unspeakable ... a superb literary achievement. I urge everyone to read it. * CHRIS CLEAVE, author of The Other Hand and Gold * Extraordinarily well-written . . . brilliant . . . he's just a really, really beautiful writer . . . everyone will be reading it. * ALEX HEMINSLEY, BBC RADIO 2 ARTS SHOW * 'Kevin Powers has conjured a poetic and devastating account of war's effect on the individual.' * DAMIAN LEWIS, star of Homeland and Band of Brothers * 'Harrowing, inexplicably beautiful, and utterly, urgently necessary.' * ANN PATCHETT, Orange Prizewinning author of Bel Canto and State of Wonder * Powers has written a compassionate, poetic evocation of war and its legacy which has already been hailed as a classic of its genre. * SUNDAY EXPRESS, BOOKS OF THE YEAR * I found in THE YELLOW BIRDS by Kevin Powers a vivid, poetic account of modern warfare. Powers joined the US Marines at 17, going on to serve as a machine gunner in Iraq, and each line bleeds hard-fought truths. * RICHARD GODWIN, EVENING STANDARD BOOKS OF THE YEAR * Tautly written and unforgiving in its depiction of the human cost of war. * THE TIMES * THE YELLOW BIRDS is a wonderful, powerful novel that moves and terrifies. * INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY * A stunning achievement, visceral [and] poignant. * SUNDAY TIMES * An extraordinary novel . . . remarkable . . . stands with Tim O'Brien's enduring Vietnam book, The Things They Carried, as a classic of contemporary war fiction . . . brilliantly observed and deeply affecting. * MICHIKO KAKUTANI, NEW YORK TIMES * From an opening that suggests The Wasteland to a closing that echoes The Great Gatsby, Kevin Powers has crafted one of the most beguiling and beautiful war novels of recent times . . . its soul spills out over every poetic page. * RTE GUIDE * A book that will make you look good on the bus . . . a powerful tale. * HEAT * What impresses most here are the mournful and melodious refrains which manage to cultivate beauty and pathos from the smothering chaos and dust. * WE LOVE THIS BOOK * 'This book epitomises the power of the written word; the language is at once poetic and brutal, vivid and sparse. A stunning, timely and engrossing novel' * BOOKSELLER * Beautifully written . . . This is a harrowing and pitiful story of the sad waste of war. * THE LADY * What happens to soldiers at war? THE YELLOW BIRDS delivers answers that should rightfully unnerve us, if we're still willing - ten long years into Iraq and Afghanistan - to contemplate 'our little pest of a war.' The human cost is surely beyond any comprehensible measure, but in this haunting, unflinching crucible of a novel, Kevin Powers gives us the essence, with all comfortable, corrupting illusion and rhetoric burned away. * BEN FOUNTAIN, author of Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk * Terrific . . . vivid [and] gripping. A very much needed book. * MARGARET FORSTER, author of Diary of an Ordinary Woman * 'Powers' poetic gifts render the experience of Americans in Iraq with great emotional intensity. War has been a subject of literature ever since The Iliad. The best books transcend their time and circumstances to say something enduring and truthful about war itself. THE YELLOW BIRDS belongs in that category.' * PHILIP CAPUTO, author of the Vietnam classic A Rumour of War * Intense, painful, excellent . . . Bartle tries to piece it all together, and his torment, which must be akin to the author's, feels like a gift. * SPECTATOR * Elegiac, sober, and haunting. * TIME magazine * THE YELLOW BIRDS skulks along, detached and undemanding, until all of a sudden you turn a page and find yourself weeping. * GQ, Debut Novel of the Month * Short, taut and eminently readable. With a John Updike-like hypersensitivity in rendering the mundane extraordinary . . . an extremely impressive debut - Kevin Powers is a name to watch. * TIME OUT Book of the Week * 'THE YELLOW BIRDS is a superb novel. Call it a war novel or a first novel or whatever you'd like. Powers has created a powerful work of art that captures the complexity and life altering realities of combat service. This book will endure. Read it and then put it way up on that high rare shelf alongside Ernest Hemingway and Tim O'Brien.' * ANTHONY SWOFFORD, author of Jarhead * We haven't just been waiting for a great novel to come out of the Iraq War, our 21st century Vietnam; we have also been waiting for something more important, a work of art that illuminates our flawed and complex and striving humanity behind all such wars. At last we have both in Kevin Powers' THE YELLOW BIRDS. * ROBERT OLEN BUTLER, author of A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain * 'The most recent war is much like the most ancient, torn bodies, cracked psyches, the emotional roundelay of pride, pain, confusion and sorrow. In THE YELLOW BIRDS, Kevin Powers has delivered an exceptional novel from the war in Iraq, written in clean, evocative prose, lyric and graphic, in assured rhythms, a story for today and tomorrow and the next.' * DANIEL WOODRELL, author of WINTER'S BONE * A novel about the war in Iraq might not usually top your reading list, but make an exception for this one . . . it's an intense, brutal and yet lyrical tale . . . Novelists from Ann Pratchett to Colm Toibin have praised its harrowing beauty. It's an elegant literary treat. * EASY LIVING * Page after page yields unforgettable images . . . undeniably, this is an important novel by a formidable talent. * DAILY MAIL * Extraordinarily well-written . . . brilliant . . . he's just a really, really beautiful writer . . . everyone will be reading it. * ALEX HEMINSLEY, BBC RADIO 2 ARTS SHOW * Kevin Powers' poetic, grievously sad debut novel captures one young man's experience of the war in Iraq . . . Powers is clear-eyed and dolorous, observing the damage done, but alive to the beauty of the landscape, and the details that cement friendship in a world dominated by violence and fear. * MARIE CLAIRE * Thus far the definitive novel of our long wars in the Middle East; this book is certain to be read and taught for generations to come. * PHILIPP MEYER author of American Rust * An extraordinary novel . . . remarkable . . . stands with Tim O'Brien's enduring Vietnam book, The Things They Carried, as a classic of contemporary war fiction . . . brilliantly observed and deeply affecting. * MICHIKO KAKUTANI, NEW YORK TIMES * 'THE YELLOW BIRDS is the All Quiet on the Western Front of America's Arab Wars.' * TOM WOLFE, author of The Bon...

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WINNER OF THE GUARDIAN FIRST BOOK AWARD 2012WINNER OF THE HEMINGWAY/PEN AWARD 2012NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALISTAN AMAZON EDITOR'S PICK: BEST BOOKS OF 2012 A NEW YORK TIMES TOP TEN BOOK OF THE YEARA TIMES BOOK OF THE YEARAN INDEPENDENT BOOK OF THE YEAR A TLS BOOK OF THE YEARAN EVENING STANDARD BOOK OF THE YEARA SUNDAY EXPRESS BOOK OF THE YEARA GUARDIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR A NEW YORK TIMES BOOK OF THE YEARA SCOTSMAN BOOK OF THE YEARA SUNDAY HERALD BOOK OF THE YEARAN IRISH TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR An unforgettable depiction of the psychological impact of war, by a young Iraq veteran and poet, THE YELLOW BIRDS is already being hailed as a modern classic.Everywhere John looks, he sees Murph.He flinches when cars drive past. His fingers clasp around the rifle he hasn't held for months. Wide-eyed strangers praise him as a hero, but he can feel himself disappearing. Back home after a year in Iraq, memories swarm around him: bodies burning in the crisp morning air. Sunlight falling through branches; bullets kicking up dust; ripples on a pond wavering like plucked strings. The promise he made, to a young man's mother, that her son would be brought home safely.With THE YELLOW BIRDS, poet and veteran Kevin Powers has composed an unforgettable account of friendship and loss. It vividly captures the desperation and brutality of war, and its terrible after-effects. But it is also a story of love, of great courage, and of extraordinary human survival. Written with profound emotional insight, especially into the effects of a hidden war on families at home, THE YELLOW BIRDS is one of the most haunting, true and powerful novels of our time.'THE YELLOW BIRDS is the All Quiet on the Western Front of America's Arab Wars.'(Tom Wolfe, author of The Bonfire of the Vanities )'Kevin Powers has conjured a poetic and devastating account of war's effect on the individual.'(Damian Lewis, star of Homeland and Band of Brothers )'Inexplicably beautiful'.(Ann Patchett, Orange Prize-winning author of Bel Canto and State of Wonder)

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