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MOBI À DOC C By Tom McCarthy 9780307593337 FREE ä The acclaimed author of Remainder which Zadie Smith hailed as “one of the great English novels of the past ten years”gives us his most spectacularly inventive novel yetOpening in England at the turn of the twentieth century C is the story of a boy named Serge Carrefax whose fathMp from which he escapes Back in London he’s recruited for a mission to Cairo on behalf of the shadowy Empire Wireless Chain All of which eventually carries Serge to a fitful and perhaps fateful climax at the bottom of an Egyptian tomb Only a writer like Tom McCarthy could pull off a story with this effortless historical breadth psychological insight and postmodern originali AmbitiousButConspicuously soDoesn't EveryFastidiousGolden Haired IndividualJustKnowLoveMayNeverOvercomePerilousueriesRadioSilencesTheoreticalUndulationsVariableWarinessX d outYawnsZymurged?B

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The acclaimed author of Remainder which Zadie Smith hailed as “one of the great English novels of the past ten years”gives us his most spectacularly inventive novel yetOpening in England at the turn of the twentieth century C is the story of a boy named Serge Carrefax whose father spends his time experimenting with wireless communication while running a school for deaf childre Dear Mr McCI had occasion to read your latest novel C over the weekend I know this will be difficult to hear given the warm reception to Remainder but this novel is bloated twaddleDon’t get me wrong – I think you have talent Bags of talent Why however you chose to waste that talent writing a bad novel from the 19th century is beyond me I mean you are a modern artist Tom – why must you borrow from the past to “steer the contemporary novel in exciting directions?” Is this the exciting direction? Backwards? Is the future in the past?Zadie Smith will be so disappointed Tom She had such high hopes for you I know Zadie can be a fair weather friend but she had a soft spot for you And look what you’ve gone and done Such torturous description I understand you researched a great number of topics – blind children botany chemistry WWII aviation Egyptology but the book shouldn’t be a repository for your research Tom You have to like give us a half decent character Serge Dear dead in the head Serge What a dumbo So he loses his sister and doesn’t give a shit So what? So he goes to a health spa and fucks his masseuse So what? So he crashes a fighter plane kills his colleagues and doesn’t give a shit So what? So he develops a heroin addiction then drops it when he’s fed up being an addict So what? So he is drafted to Egypt and fucks a scientist in a tomb So what?Tom Go back and read this through Ask yourself this is this character even remotely human? Also ask yourself that embarrassing stuff about signals and eidetic powers Is that relevant? Does it mean anything? Or does it give brief respite from your staggeringly verbose prose? Finally how many Latin terms for plants do we need Tom? How many do we really need???I hope this matter will be addressed in future works I won’t be reading them but for the sake of your next few readers and Zadie I certainly hope you doYoursMJ

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C By Tom McCartN Serge grows up amid the noise and silence with his brilliant but troubled older sister Sophie an intense sibling relationship that stays with him as he heads off into an eually troubled larger worldAfter a fling with a nurse at a Bohemian spa Serge serves in World War I as a radio operator for reconnaissance planes When his plane is shot down Serge is taken to a German prison ca shit is weird i like it some parts are hella boring tho don't know if i would recommend it