About it There is an element of threat and menace at
the end butend but the whole I are say it is eftly light with the morality and spins a good yarn with a number of entertaining twists Wilson is an accomplished writer and historian and has the calibre to take on this kind of matter and keep it engaging and fairly empathetic It feels fresh and contemporary and would make a nice little play If good fiction writing is
about inhabiting the heads and hearts of a iversity of characters then this is just that In fact what would beinhabiting the heads and hearts of a The Friend Zone diversity of characters then this is just that In fact what would be point of fiction if it only represented the perfectly honest and above board Humans can be much twisted and compromised in reality It s what makes life interesting. R indeed Sex tormented Oliver in spite of all and 'all' includes plenty remains believably human thanks to the estimably gifted Wilson Kirkus Reviews starred review Wicked English wit has the kind of sly humor where grimness itself becomes the joke The New Yorker Well written and sensitively realized Wilson lets the characters' fates unfold over the years and shows touchingly how the pain and selfeception at 12 Wagner Rise taints all their lives Philadelphia Inuire.
Characters Dream Children.
Not an easy read but I struggled through Thought provoking and a bit isturbing Who knew going back through
my old bookold book transferring things to here and I find I had previously read something by Mr Wilson author of one of
the few books I abandoned last year Winnie and Wolf I had no recollection of reading anythingfew books I abandoned last year Winnie and Wolf I had no recollection of reading anything him And little recollection of this book except I on t think I really enjoyed it This book was simply not well Alpha (Shifters, done It takes an utterly shocking premise and turns it intorivel with a constantly changing view that is poorly written There is only one interesting relationship in the book yet ten or are contrived and exposited upon for little to no reasonIt was writte. Oliver Gold the brilliant ascetic writer and philosopher has lived uietly and happily for eight years on the outskirts of London as a lodger in 12 Wagner Rise His sudden ecision to marry and move to America precipitates a crisis in this household of women all of whom owe fierce idiosyncratic allegiance to Oliver and want to save him and their world from an unsuitable inexplicable match Yet in the end it is only Bobs the twelve year old who is Oliver's constant companion. N to shock which
I Suppose It Succeedssuppose it succeeds but it ends up oing nothing with that feeling Someone called it a modern Lolita which is why I read it but other than including a pedophilic character similarities stop thereDon t read this This is about a tight ensemble of women and a girl orbiting around a Humbert Humbert type character but without the existential intensity of Nabakov
s Charlie Turns Into a T-Rex deviant male Neither has it thearkest humour of Lolita however it is not without its charms I founddeviant male Neither has it the Graphic Design For Everyone darkest humour of Lolita however it is not without its charms I found attempt at addressing this controversial material rather brave if not foolhardy one might say but I think our highly sensitized society needs this kind of fiction as opposed to sticking its head in the sand. Who knows hisangerous secret it is from her that Oliver attempts
To Flee In A Series Of Dramaticflee In a series of Considering Kate (The Stanislaskis, dramatic unfolding over the course of many years A N Wilson threads theark labyrinths of Wagner Rise and illuminates the tragic conseuences of these attachments With this provocative novel about forbidden love Wilson has produced a stunning haunting literary work a Lolita for our timesA respectable genuine intellectual portrait of a pedophile that also makes for a grippe.