[Read] (The London Pigeon Wars) Author Patrick Neate

Ller and Whitbread Novel Award Wimmer Patrick Neate Has Written Patrick Neate has written Funny Provocative And Daring Tale Of London High And funny provocative and daring tale of London high and life set among the capital s twirtysomethings Featuring performance poetry murder Trafalgar Suare s only fried chicken induced battle hat selling bank robbery the middle classes love and other social ailments as well as pigeons lots of crazed angry thinking The London Pigeon Wars is both a comic fable for our times and an exciting bird s eye view of life and death in the city Such low attention spans for some of those that tried to read this book I really enjoyed it and the pidgin speak Is nothing to those of us that read train spotting twenty ears ago My twin fascination with Murray and with the surreal pigeon element kept me going to the end I DID find myself flicking back to chapters gone by to see how it all fitted in and I am still thinking about it the day after It s not perfect but it s surely entertaining and different from our run of the mill by numbers join the dot novel It all started out so promising Pigeons with thoughts and their own language a bit like Anthony Burgess in A Clockwork Orange viddying etc but oh boy it became unsustainable The pigeon speak became entirely incomprehensible and the long and winding plot never really got going I was unable to finish it. Just as they themselves were The London Pigeon Wars extraordinary bizarre moving and magical is an assured novel of discontented stirrings in both man and bird that give way to wars within the self and without Patrick Neate's third novel is superbly written brilliant witty and uproarious securing for him a spot among the best of contemporary fiction writer. ,


در ماگادان کسی پیر نمیشود / یادمانده های دکتر عطاء صفوی از اردوگاه های دایی یوسف Inevitable Circumstances Front Runner Shattered Heart
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Lthough it helped fill in a few holes and whatnot was mostly distracting For an animal that described itself as bird brained it spoke thought with an elouence not unlike the characters in A Clockwork Orange or V from V for Vendetta but that only served to slow the pace of the book somewhat as I tried to decipher what it was sayingA bit of a Marmite book I think #I started out really enjoying the chapters written from the pigeon s perspective #started out really enjoying the chapters written from the pigeon s perspective author makes clever use of pigeon English to highlight the pigeon S View Of The view of the By the end though I found those chapters hard work and a distraction from the main story line Still a fairly entertaining read although I found the ending confusing I suspect there was some deeper meaning that was lost on me London s pigeons go to war while beneath a group of thirty somethings feel lost and decide to rob a bankThe chapters written in the voice of the pigeons their strange new pigeon language are delightful The terribly charismatic Murray the pied piper of the humans should be annoying but isn t It s all very strange and darkly enjoyable I really got the feel of being in London this was an interesting read about some thirty somethings in london the odd part is that there is a parallel story going on about pigeons at war pigeon slang is pretty interesting Master storyte. E makes them all remember how much fun they used to have and awakens in them old ambitions they thought were dead And as this weary group struggles with identity morality and the like London's pigeons also somehow spurred on by Murray's return are having an identity crisis all their own suddenly conscious of moments and matters that were once unremarkable. When I was thinking about what I wanted to say about The London Pigeon Wars the first thing that came to mind was The writing was witty but Then it occurred to me that that reaction is exactly what s wrong with this bookThe writing seems sharp but the plot and the characterization fall flat I don t have a REASON TO CARE ABOUT ANY OF THE CHARACTERS A to care about any of the characters A on the back of the book promises a real gut punching shock that sends to reader back to the beginning to reappraise everything that has gone before but the ending was telegraphed from early on in the book And the uestions I did have about why everything was happening WERE NEVER ANSWEREDALL IN ALL I never answeredAll in all I not recommend this book Very unusual And crap it is completely untranslatable by me anywayAlso what is frustrating is that no one here wrote anything about it but I need to talk about this book I need to share discuss debate ask uestions Where s the authorActually stumbled upon read actively looked up a review on and the guy hit it on the nail the deus ex machina feeling is a
LITTLE FRUSTRATING AND MURRAY COULDSHOULD HAVE 
frustrating and Murray couldshould have with a little read a lot explaining Still A very enjoyable read The human characters and their backgrounds relationships interactions etc was interesting and at time made for some funny moments The pigeon consciousness on the other hand There are Tari and Emma Tom and Karen Kwesi Freya and Ami city dwelling thirty somethingers whose outhful hopes and dreams have dissolved into failing careers failing relationships and failing health And et their dissatisfaction has scarcely occurred to them until the mythic Murray returns with his Murray fun and irritating ease with life His reappearanc. ,

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