(Iceberg By Paul Kavanagh) PDF READ ï Paul Kavanagh

Codependent Forevermore: The Invention of Self in a Twelve Step Group eTers poor Phoebe and Don svery petty thought and flaws are xposed but we find and flaws are xposed But we find sympathising with them because Love may do a lot of things but love cannot put money in the pocket it cannot transport two middle aged failures a thousand and some miles It cannot make the sun shine When they reach their paradise iceberg where the sun does shine and they don t need money because the sea provides from champagne to fur coats the couple transform and there are some genuinely touching passages detailing their Conscience and Memory euphoria Life had unclogged theirars removed the curtains from their yes uncemented their nostrils kavanagh s novel leaves us their nostrils Kavanagh s novel leaves us many thoughts to ponder without overreaching his characters capacity for change In fact the semi apocalyptic nding seems strangely secondary as the tourists and journalists who greet them at the nd of their journey like the couple themselves remain unchanged Well at least Phoebe feels a bit cheerful As do I I originally got this on my Kindle because of the good reviews and the fact that it s free Fortunately here the phrase you get what you pay for does t hold Iceberg tells the story of Don and Phoebe two two people trapped in a miserable place and desperate To Get Out They get out They on a journey of both body and mind not knowing what to xpect at the Elizabeth I end To me this felt like a lighthearted version of Kerouac s On the Road and I mean that in a good way Overall this is a nice little story that is well worth the short time it takes. Ereverything now seems possible but nothing really is Just a few light hearted uestions that Iceberg doesn't attempt to answer Part travel book part black comedy this three part tale will amuse and inspire readers to take up arms against themselves. I absolutely hated this at the start but it grew on me the I read The way it s written isinteresting He could feel the sea but he could not see the sea A heavy fog lay above the sea The fog was thick and reached up to the sky The swell of the sea made him sick What saved this for me was the travel aspect I love travelling and so I put up with the writing style to see Phoebe and Don travel from the north of England down through Europe and Africa and ventually to their iceberg Unfortunately though a very large chunk of the travel was cut iceberg Unfortunately though a very large chunk of the travel was cut We follow very detail of their journey up to a certain point halfway down Africa and then it cuts suddenly to the iceberg This disappointed me since it was the only reason I was readingThe nding confused me it became too surreal too uickly The beginning of the book is very real in a lot of ways set in council states with awful landlords ven the journey is realistic as well Basically it doesn t feel ways set in council states with awful landlords The Baby Swap Miracle even the journey is realistic as well Basically it doesn t feel a ridiculous fantasy novel and then thend happens The story changes from a reasonably believable travel novel to crazy nonsense Seriously the author might as well have had aliens turn up at the nd that is how ridiculous it gets in the last few pages A very very surreal apocalypse that starts off in a future that closely resembles 80s Britain and becomes the tale of a couple building a new den on a drifting iceberg Fascinating and lyrical well worth a read January Skint dieting and with livers that have seen better days mo. Iceberg is the definitive apocalyptic feel good novel from Paul Kavanagh the mind that bludgeoned readers with The Killing of a Bank Manager Iceberg centres around Don and Phoebe a naïve yet loveable couple from the north of England who happen to wi. St humans heed their natural instincts and retreat to their newly de tinselled dwellings to their newly de tinselled to prepare hibernation But what books are needed to guide us through this barren comedown of a month void of stilton and sherry Comfort reads seem no longer palatable like that last wedge of plum pudding congealing in brandy sauce Instead the search is on for something to wake the brain from its festive stupor to cut through the schmaltz and lead us into the new year feeling refreshed A literary Bloody Mary if you willI started 2014 with Paul Kavanagh s Iceberg and his precise wry prose did not disappoint Part modern folk tale part travelogue part critiue on consumerist culture this story is hard to pin down to one genre or theme As the characters themselves comment God I only hope they are not comparing us to Adam and Eve that would be rather boring and simple The novel follows Don and Phoebe a couple defeated by the daily grind of poverty violence and boredom Fearing inertia stagnancy and death they recklessly plot to scape their wicked landlord and desolate Northern town to seek a meaningful life in Antarctica Although their destination is an Iceberg Phoebe won in a lottery scam the bulk of this short novel is about what happens along the way from the banal popping blisters and eking out dry cheese sandwiches to the philosophical kaleidoscopes as a route to higher consciousness familial ties cological responsibility Kavanagh doesn t pull any punches describing his charac. N an iceberg Read on as Don and Phoebe rush across Europe Africa and Antarctica in search of their prize Will Don and Phoebe make it Where is humanity heading No honestly where is humanity heading with all the technology and celebrities in a world wh.

Iceberg By Paul Kavanagh


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