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    PDF/EPUB All the Rage Read ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ A.L. Kennedy AL Kennedy has a wicked sense of the absurd She can be hilariously funny but as she warned her audience at the Lit Cologne event I attended last Thursday when her stories turn funny it's like that bit in Jurassic Park where the childr

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    Free read All the Rage PDF/EPUB All the Rage A.L. Kennedy ↠ 8 Summary The real experience of love is having unreasonably lost all shelteryou cling to whoever is with you for sheer safety beyond anything else You

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    Free read All the Rage PDF/EPUB All the Rage Read ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ A.L. Kennedy There are two voices in AL Kennedy’s wr

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    PDF/EPUB All the Rage DNF after the story of the middle aged man having an affair with a younger woman Reading his thoughts as he treated her terribly and couldn't even talk himself into seeing her as a three dimensional person was offputting It was bad enough that one of the previous stories was about another middle aged man sleeping with one of his housekeepers

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    PDF/EPUB All the Rage I’ve had a peripheral awareness of AL Kennedy for some time having freuently read about her in the book papers and occasionally seen her on

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    Free read All the Rage Read ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ A.L. Kennedy A.L. Kennedy ↠ 8 Summary What a treat twelve stories about love by the inimitable AL Kennedy Love looking for it losing it exploring what love is Instead of describing the stories I want to celebrate her writing The way she tells us so much in just one or two sentences‘Late in Life’ features an older couple waiting They are waiting in a ueue at the building society waiting for him to pay off her mortgage in a coming together of two lives She provocatively ea

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    PDF/EPUB All the Rage Love the first two stories then got tired no matter what time of day I was reading and just wanted it to be overTo be fair

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    PDF/EPUB All the Rage Don't read these stories when you're already down or on your way there They are beautifully told and moving but they are sad A L Kennedy has an uncanny ability to make her characters come to life with all their uirks and pain and especially which seems the main focus of this collection their inability to talk and listen to each other to reall

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    PDF/EPUB All the Rage This is the first time I read the author It was apparent from the first short story that she is a master at crafting words However her precise observations interleaved with the characters internal monologue offered too much distraction during the reading and for that reason I didn't enjoy the first couple of stories and couldn't develop an appetite for reading the rest of the book

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    PDF/EPUB All the Rage Stories of poignant silences half done gestures failures small and irreversible Reading these stories is like following a line of chains leading into the sea You aren't sure if you want to be slowly submerged But you pick them up anyway and let yourself be led

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All the Rage

Summary à All the Rage ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF N's attempt to sell his flat becomes a journey to the interior by turns comic and harrowing And Late in Life deftly evokes an intergenerational love affair free of the usual clichés the younger partner asking the older What should I wear at your funeralAlive with memory humor and longing All the Rage is A L Kennedy at her inimitable be. Don t read these stories when you re already down or on your way there They are beautifully told and moving but they are sad A L Kennedy has an uncanny ability to make her characters come to life with all their uirks and pain and especially which seems the main focus of this collection their inability to talk and listen to each other to really connect Which is true and very lifelike in a way but call me an incurable optimist just one side of the coin

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Summary à All the Rage ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF A L Kennedy's riveting new story collection is a luscious feast of language that encompasses real estate and forlorn pets adolescents and sixty somethings weekly liaisons and obsessive affairs certain types of threat and the odder edges of sweet things The women and men in these twelve stories search for love solace and a clear glimpse. The real experience of love is having unreasonably lost all shelteryou cling to whoever is with you for sheer safety beyond anything else You cling to whoever has robbed you and they cling back because they are eually naked you have stripped them to their blood They are your responsibility frail and skinless It can t be helpedI ve finished this wonderful collection of stories two weeks ago and they still linger haven t left me one bit so here s me changing my initial rating to five starsOne thing I ve always loved about AL Kennedy is her voice her distinct language It s not for everyone maybe But it s unmistakeably hersKnowing that she s a writer as well as a stand up comedian it comes as no surprise to find that she s extremely funny heartbreakingly so However with her incredible eye for surreal detail for brilliantly dry and often drastic dialog she ll sometimes without warning let her stories shift into poetry and into sentences you d want to fill your notebooks with or your diary or your tombstone and swear they came from the depths of your own gut just that your own gut wasn t uite as elouent They are stories filled with awkward somewhat wounded figures and they all circle the central theme of love It has to be said Pink isn t Kennedy s color Those stories are a rather bleak and sometimes feel as if watching the bare bones of love on a dissection table plus the wounds one might catch whilst unflinchingly parading what the blurb calls the battlefield of the heart both in anatomical precision You might want a tissue handy But you might also want to prepare yourself for real beauty in those often opaue stories that reveal themselves in layers Oh and be prepared to not feel embarrassed when laughing out loud whilst on public transport

Read ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ A.L. Kennedy

Summary à All the Rage ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Of what their lives have become Anything can set them off thinking the sad homogeneity of hotel breakfasts a sex shop operated under Canadian values whatever those are or an army of joggers dressed as SantaWith her boundless empathy and gift for the perfect phrase Kennedy makes us care about each of her characters In Takes You Home a ma. What a treat twelve stories about love by the inimitable AL Kennedy Love looking for it losing it exploring what love is Instead of describing the stories I want to celebrate her writing The way she tells us so much in just one or two sentences Late in Life features an older couple waiting They are waiting in a ueue at the building society waiting for him to pay off her mortgage in a coming together of two lives She provocatively eats a fig being sexy for him to pass the time Despite his hatred of public show he watches her he is now and then watching He gives her the uiet rise of what would be a smile if he allowed it She knows this because she knows him and his habits and the way the colour in his eyes can deepen when he s glad can be nearly purple with feeling glad when nothing else about him shows a heat of any kind In The Practice of Mercy Dorothy is lost alone and approaching old age and contemplating her relationship She realised once kept realising as if the information wouldn t stick realised again how likely it was that someone you d given the opening of leaving someone you d said was free to go that someone might not discover a way to come back All the Rage is set on a train platform A couple are delayed travelling home from Wales stuck waiting for a train that never comes Kennedy tells us everything about their relationship by describing their suitcase Inside it their belongings didn t mix his shirts and underpants in a tangle Pauline s laundry compressed into subsidiary containments They had separate sponge bags too Got to keep those toothbrushes apart Simon the narrator of Run Catch Run considers his unnamed dog he is at once a child teaching his puppy and also an adult with a mature awareness of inevitability His dad had suggested she could be called Pat which was a joke Pat the dog Simon didn t want to make his dog a joke She shows us so much in so few sentences

  • Audio CD
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  • All the Rage
  • A.L. Kennedy
  • English
  • 03 May 2018
  • 9781480584334