Crustaceans

Andrew Cowan

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Crustaceans

Crustaceans It is December nd a foot of snow has fallen and Paul is heading out for a small coastal resort on his son Euan s sixth birthday Shall I tell you a story he says and recalls the boy s birth his fi

  • Title: Crustaceans
  • Author: Andrew Cowan
  • ISBN: 9780340713044
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is December 22nd, a foot of snow has fallen, and Paul is heading out for a small coastal resort on his son Euan s sixth birthday Shall I tell you a story he says and recalls the boy s birth, his first words and steps, all the stuff of forgetting, of any boy s lifeBut nothing, Paul has decided, should ever be lost or discarded or buried, as it was in his own childhoIt is December 22nd, a foot of snow has fallen, and Paul is heading out for a small coastal resort on his son Euan s sixth birthday Shall I tell you a story he says and recalls the boy s birth, his first words and steps, all the stuff of forgetting, of any boy s lifeBut nothing, Paul has decided, should ever be lost or discarded or buried, as it was in his own childhood And so he confides the history of his relationship with Ruth, Euan s mother the death of his own mother when he himself was a boy and his father s refusal ever to explain what occurred It soon becomes evident, however, that Euan is not in the car Evident, too, that Paul is living alone, and that in the cliffs and dunes of the seaside resort lies the key to his story s conclusion.

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    1. Jetan on said:

      I found Crustaceans to be beautifully written and poetic. Any book that can silence everything else around me, is a great read. A dreamlike journey as you walk along side a father who reflects on life events as he grieves his only child. Beautiful.

    2. Walter Van praag on said:

      I am easily confused and have trouble concentrating at the best of times, but I occasionally got a little lost reading this beautiful book. Though nicely written, almost poetic at times, and covering a sad set of events really, I do recommend people give this book a go. Without going into details or spoilers, the book is pretty much about a dysfunctional family, one that could easily be your own :) It covers a couple of sad events and ends on a sad note. Not exactly an uplifting book, but an int [...]

    3. Karoline on said:

      I'm not sure if something was lost in translation for me or if it really was that boring. It's very English and a lot of the words, phrases, and expressions were a little beyond me.

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