Scenes From The Life Of A Bestselling Author

Can books make you beautiful So hope the motley population of Michael Kr ger s stories But life has other plans, strewing the path of literature with obstacles grasping aunts, malicious librarians, alcohol The pottering heroes of these hilarious stories never throw in the towel, opting instead for lives of heroic, ridiculous abnegation Whether by abandoning fame to caCan books make you beautiful So hope the motley population of Michael Kr ger s stories But life has other plans, strewing the path of literature with obstacles grasping aunts, malicious librarians, alcohol The pottering heroes of these hilarious stories never throw in the towel, opting instead for lives of heroic, ridiculous abnegation Whether by abandoning fame to care for a gymnasium sized beast, by endeavouring to prove that all history stems from typos, or by harnessing the moon to predict world events, Kr ger s characters consistently opt for art over life, only to find life, in its most outlandish forms, biting relentlessly back Scenes from the Life of a Best selling Author is for anyone who has ever tried, and failed, to find refuge in books.
Scenes From The Life Of A Bestselling Author Can books make you beautiful So hope the motley population of Michael Kr ger s stories But life has other plans strewing the path of literature with obstacles grasping aunts malicious librarians al

  • Title: Scenes From The Life Of A Bestselling Author
  • Author: Michael Krüger
  • ISBN: 9780099449188
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Scenes From The Life Of A Bestselling Author”

    1. This is a funny book, funny-strange and funny-ha-ha. All the writing leans towards the absurd but mostly without the capital A. These are the kind of pieces where you want to go right back to the start of a story once you've finished it to see what you missed. They are slight but tightly written and they treat the reader with respect. Krüger leads you along the garden path and then leaves you to find your way home yourself. That may annoy some readers but I was far from annoyed and I'd happily [...]

    2. Seems to fail to dedicate himself to a personal style, which is not all bad as far as ideas go. A bit all over the place but the benefit is that if you don't like one story you might like the next one. I enjoyed a few but none really convinced me that this is an excellent writer.

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