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Mary Horton is content with her comfortable solitary existence until she meets Tim A beautiful young man with the mind of a. Colleen McCullough is an author I m glad to have finally read This audio was enjoyable a talented narrator that switched from characters seamlessly especially for Tim s character a developmentally delayed adult who is unknowingly trapped in the most handsome body with the mind of a younger child This book was written in the 70 s so it was a blast from the past hearing the word retarded and retard as this was the way back then I found this to be a very well written and lushly descriptive that always captured the beautiful Australian scenery and landscape An immensely talented writer every sentence was worthy of praise Mary is 45 a very well to do spinster typical of the time who forms a strong bond with Tim she falls in love with him from her first site that was from a distance She wasn t to know he was special His physical presence is amazing he was a very handsome man She wasn t disconcerted with people s assumptions on their unusual coupling She took a protective stance and taught him everything she could about life and love She really was very articulate and wise I thought this many times during the dialogue Tim loved her and he was utterly comfortable with her in every way She calls him dear heart it s a sweet sweet love story set in the era of cicadas and lots and lots of tea drinking This may not be overly realistic but a very good and rewarding piece of fiction from a definite Aussie icon

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Tim Author Colleen McCullough

D he will shatter the lonely middle aged spinster's respectable ordered life with a forbidden promise of a very special lov. Tim is one of those stories lost but not forgotten in time and I actually found it uite the page turner I m happy I can check it off my tbr nowColleen McCullough writes characters you can care about and her writing was descriptive in this but not tedious Anything from the scenery to the food to the clothes you feel like you re there in Australia with themSide note one of Mel Gibson s very first movie roles and he was so cute in it

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Child; a gentle outcast in a cruel unbending world he illuminates the darkness of Mary's days with his boyish innocence An. 4 stars A wonderful feeling at the end for two people loving each other But there is also sadness about Tim s challengesA richly done novel of love I was engaged throughout I didn t want to stop reading Tim is 25 with the mind of a child He seems to be happy about most things A spinsterish woman in her 40s truly loves him She goes through changes because of him I was so happy for them at the end My feelings were wow warm wonderful But I was also sad thinking about Tim He s mistreated by others even his mother who loved him She took away his teddy bear because others made fun of him for sleeping with it Her motive was good but her action caused hurt Tim missed Teddy for years He also had a loneliness from always being on the outside of others laughing and understanding There is another recent book Simple Jess by Pamela Morsi written in 1996 a similar story Jess was like Tim But the Jess story was not sad It did not show Jess being hurt by others I also gave Simple Jess 4 starsTim was made into a movie with a young Mel GibsonMinor complaintI didn t understand many words used by Tim s parents Australian dialect I had to skip over themDATANarrative mode 3rd person Story length 282 pages Swearing language moderate including religious swear words but not often used Sexual language none Number of sex scenes one Setting 1974 Australia Copyright 1974 Genre contemporary romance mentally challenged


10 thoughts on “Tim Author Colleen McCullough

  1. says:

    Update In my true story of Mari and Joey see review below Mari had been committed by her family in Boston and they had taken charge of her two mixed raced daughters by two different extremely undesirable men The girls never

  2. says:

    Colleen McCullough is an author I'm glad to have finally read This audio was enjoyable a talented narrator that switched from characters seamlessly especially for Tim's character a developmentally delayed adult who is unknowingly trapped in the most handsome body with the mind of a younger child This book was written in the 70's

  3. says:

    Wow There is so much that I want to say about this book and I don't know if I will really be able to do it all justice I think I'm just going to go for my tried and true method and just ask you to tag along with my ramblings Hopeful

  4. says:

    Well I have read and loved many of this author 's books but this one did not really work for me Much of the story is naive and unbelievable and the characters are stereotypes I enjoyed it in parts but skimmed a

  5. says:

    Still 5 Huge Stars Forever one of mine early very memorable readings Sometimes I fall down in the old memory laneI loved this story then long ago Looked in my bookshelf and my Swedish translated hardcover book was printed in 1980 and I bought it perhaps on a sale in 1982 Yes 1982 I've read it a few times since then but it is certa

  6. says:

    4 ½ stars A wonderful feeling at the end for two people loving each other But there is also sadness about Tim’s challengesA richly done novel of love I was engaged throughout I didn’t want to stop reading Tim is 25 with the mind of a child He seems to be happy about most things A spinsterish woman in her 40s

  7. says:

    With the recent passing of Colleen McCullough and seeing her novel 'Tim' on the Kindle Daily Deals I thought it was time I read one of her books Most people have heard of 'The Thorn Birds' however up until now I haven't read any of her booksWhen I started reading 'Tim' I noticed my edition had been published in 2000 so I was expecting a reasonably recent setting What I didn't realise was this novel had been originally published in 1974 so

  8. says:

    Tim Melville is a twenty five year old labourer who is “not the full uid” as he describes himself yet he has the body and face of a Greek God Mary Horton is forty three an emotionally brittle woman who lives alone in an

  9. says:

    Tim is one of those stories lost but not forgotten in time and I actually found it uite the page turner I'm happy I can check it off my tbr nowColleen McCullough writes characters you can care about and her writing was desc

  10. says:

    a most unusual but believable love story Not only do the main characters ring true but they are surrounded by eually believable supporting characters I loved Tim's mum And the Australian landscape was beautifully evoked A remarkable book

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