Free Light Boxes kindle Æ eBook 9780143117780 µ johnscyclingdiary

kindle Light Boxes

Free Light Boxes kindle Æ eBook 9780143117780 µ johnscyclingdiary à [PDF] ✪ Light Boxes ✬ Shane Jones – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk A poignant and fantastical first novel by a timeless new literary voice With all the elements of a classic fable vivid descriptions and a wholly uniue stylA poignant and fantastical first novel by a timeless new literary voice With all the elements of a classic fable vivid descriptions and a wholly uniue style this idiosyncratic debut introduces a new and exciting voice to readers of such authors as George Saunders Kurt Vonnegut and Yann Mar This is a terrible book of lies This book makes me out to be such an awful person when in reality I'm not Please don't read it

reader Ù Light Boxes ✓ Shane Jones

Ruary who makes the sun nothing but a faint memory who blankets the ground with snow who freezes the rivers and the lakes As endless February continues children go missing and and adults become nearly catatonic with depression But others find the strength to fight back waging war on Februa Whimsical and weird this fairy tale about a town under perpetual attack by the month of February was the kind of read that you breeze through though the flavors linger after the last page These are my favorite types of books one’s that write their own rules almost effortlessly and then pay it all off by the end While it lacked a bit of an emotional core in my opinion anyway it than made up for in style and originality I liked it a lot

Shane Jones ✓ Light Boxes reader

Light BoxesTel In Light Boxes the inhabitants of one closely knit town are experiencing perpetual February It turns out that a god like spirit who lives in the sky named February is punishing the town for flying and bans flight of all kind including hot air balloons and even children's kites It's Feb When I think of possible worst case scenarios a CheneyLimbaugh Presidency hovers right near the top of the list The idea of a dark snowy perpetual February like the one we've been experiencing this year well that's a pretty close secondAnd here we have the story of a town under siege a down in the dumps town suffering through nine hundred something days of February I can't remember it being colder than it is now The ground is frozen and black the town windows webbed in snow and ice When I spark a fire from found branches a snowball falls from the sky and douses the flameBummerIf that's not bad enough all things possessing the ability to fly have been destroyed And now children are missing some snatched from their beds piles of snow left in their places A rebellion is underway but their tactics seem unable to break February's grasp You know I started out LOVING this book The fairy taleness of the thing grabbed me and indeed it does have a certain stark beautykind of like December snow The heart uickens when you see it falling Isn't it gorgeous? But then it snows And And by February you're sick of the stuff You want daffodils and you want 'em NOWIt was about halfway through that my interest cooledWas it the forty second mention of the girl who smelled of honey and smoke?The conscious artiness' of the book?Maybe it was February himself Isn't it enough for him to settle in kick off his slippers and vegetate? Does he have to ban flying things? Does he need to take the children?Whatever it was I was happy to see the hind end of FebruaryCome on March