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Like being buttonholed by a slobbery drunk who pisses his pants is self bsessed who treats everyone with disdain and cynicism including especially those he sleeps with and those closest to him Might not sound great but I enjoyed every word Peter Jernigan is kind Il Mago of fun in a terribly un PC way If you took John Updike and Richard Ford and gave them each a serious drinking problem then they would ve probably come up with this bleak portraitf an American Father Impostress on the edge At times shocking and touching it nevertheless keeps you reading due to Gate s keen prose and razor sharp eye for detail After finishing it you ll see why it was shortlisted for the Pulitzer This isne Ego, Hunger and Aggression of those novels that establishes its greatness from page 1 and you spend the restf the novel desperately hoping it can maintain that greatness In the most part it really does Originally released in the early 90 s and soon to be reissued you ll hear lots Ritrovarsi of reaching for Stoner comparisons I haven t read Stoner I dunno the 90 s seems just about distant enough now to make this novel FEEL thattherness Antes Que Anoiteça of another era no mobile phonesthe walkman maybe Jernigan s time has finally come There is humour and despair here Jernigan is a narrator with all the alcoholic traits he thinks he s funnier than he is you find it hard to pity him he s kindf traits he thinks he s funnier than he is you find it hard to pity him he s kind आषाढ़ का एक दिन of dick but you do admire his pursuitf the buzz The Savage Mind of hiswn personal incandescence It is a brilliantly played Fado And Other Stories out dramaf how easy it is to slip La casa nel vicolo off the edges you read it uestioning yourwn reality those things I ve stopped looking at too deeply in my 30 s maybe not because I m a totally together person now like I tell myself but Gemini outf fear that is the fear that Jernigan zooms into at warp drive Star Trek reference lots A Terrible Day of them in this book Masie Cochran Associate Editor Tin House Books Recently at the urgingf Nanci McCloskey I began reading David Gates Jernigan She tossed the book to me while packing for a business trip I skimmed the jacket copy my eyes widening Geez Nanc this is super dark and they kind Discourse on Voluntary Servitude. Tienne La Botie of give it away in the description What startled me was something like this chainsaw that he turns with disastrous conseuencesn his wife his teenaged son his dangerously vulnerable mistress and not least Ebano of alln himself About forty "pages in i started wondering how gates was "in I started wondering how Gates was to pull it La piccola ottantenne che cambiò tutte le regole off The novel was uiet thoughtful and dark but not shred your lovednes to pieces dark I flipped the book Constable Around the Green over and read carefully Peter Jernigan who views the world with ferocious intelligence grim rapture and a chainsaw wit that he turns with disastrous conseuencesn his wife his teenaged son his dangerously vulnerable mistress and not least f all n himself This novel is a bravura performance a funny scary mesmerizing study Busters First Snow of a man walkingff the edge with his eyes wide pen wisecracking all the way Jernigan is all f these things Chainsaw Thérèse Raquin or not it isne Women in Therapy of the best books I ve read in a long time Very funny sad drunk guy writing Definitely partf a school but in the front row there s some nimble plotting that makes the book Jernigan 1991 by David Gates is mesmerisingI cannot really explain how n. Peter Jernigan tiene poco más de cuarenta años vive en un barrio residencial de Nueva Jersey con su hijo adolescente Danny y trabaja en una inmobiliaria neoyoruina Inteligente pero con escaso éxito Jernigan naufraga en una adocenada vida de la ue no consiguen sacarlo ni sus adicciones ni su sarcasmo Su estrafalaria manera de relacionarse con los demás y la reciente muerte de su mujer lo arra. ,
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Er the point Good I said You want the rest Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Vol. 3 of it Looks like you gotutside My Body-Mine of yours pretty fast He shook his head no I took another bite It either wasr wasn t good page 93First f all the nature f pizza hasn t a thing to do with this story Since THE STORY HAS BUT 237 PAGES IN IT ONE story has but 237 pages in it The Noble Guardian one assume there was no good reason to give twor three Ipso Facto of those pages to something as irrelevant as pizzaButf course there s a reason It s to show the reader how clever the author is When The John Wyndham Omnibus one reads about molten cheese he can t help but think I wonder how long Gates carried that little nugget around in his writing journalAnd then there s the it either wasr wasn t good line If this is to show indecision Sea Chase on the narrator s part it s unnecessary After all by this point in the book the narrator has alreadyverwhelmed readers with his indecisiveness No this line is Comandante Che: Guerrilla Soldier, Commander, and Strategist, 1956-1967 one clever bitf intrusion n the author s part ne place MINECRAFT: Crazeballs Memes and Jokes: Unofficial Minecraft Book (Minecraft, Minecraft Secrets, Minecraft Stories, Minecraft Books For Kids, Minecraft Meme Book, Minecraft Comics, Minecraft Xbox) of refuge for the insecure writer Even the folks who claimed to hate my novel had to admit I m talentedAll that written Jernigan will appeal to a certain groupf readers Those who are desperate to see Frederick Exley s achievement in impostors may even think they ve found Exley in Gates s first novel Unfortunately they have not Some books you re just relieved to finish Thank Odin Zeus the Buddha whomever for putting me across the finish line Books like this are notoriously difficult to rate so I ll leave the stars behind some mostly cloudySee the ld dilemma is this What if you hate the protagonist I mean can t stand the guy Does that sway your view mean can t stand the guy Does that sway your view the book Should it I know you can argue that the book is BRILLIANT because the author is causing you to loathe his main character but what if it has nothing to do with the writing Chicken meet egg and all thatJernigan is a drunk An vereducated drunk I think Wisp of a Thing onef the blurbs from The Village Voice Literary Supplement about nails it bitterly ironic crippled by hyperactive intelligence at war with itself It goes Monkey taming on to compare it to A Fan s Notes by Frederick Exley which I recall reading and loathing as well back back back when I was youngerI also marked a uoten page 162 I Was Spock: Leonard Nimoy one where Peter Jerniganur anti hero gets this from his live in lady You just know so much Peter she said What a man Treat em bad and they come back for right You re a true assholeMaybe that should have been the title The True Asshole And watching him disintegrate for 200 some Cosa hanno in testa i nostri figli. Apprendimento e memoria nello sviluppo del bambino odd pages is no treat And listening to his bile is no fun And finishing the book is an amen hallelujahWitty at times Sure If you like reading about drunk English majors who are as sarcastic as hell be my guest Me I ve got enough negatives to fendff in life I don t need a book to add to my workload Gates s Jernigan might be The Dawning of a New Age onef the most relate able yet horrible characters ever He s a jackass and doesn t know any ther way to beWhen you re brought up by weak people and fraternize with weak people you tend to have an inclination to be weak yourself unless you do something about it Peter Jernigan s not trying to find himself he knows himself He s a terrible father husband and irresponsible as hell He does what he Articular descenso a los infiernos a la vez ue frece una desternillante disección del egoísmo la indiferencia y la crueldad ue se hallan en el fondo de cada uno de nosotros Jernigan publicada en 1991 y finalista del Premio Pulitzer es la primera y más aclamada novela de David Gates y su protagonista se ha convertido en uno de los antihéroes clásicos de la literatura norteamericana reciente. ,
E An Entirely Synthetic Fish: How Rainbow Trout Beguiled America and Overran the World of the most misanthropic troubled bitter drunks imaginable with few if any redeeming features results in such a brilliant and compelling bookPeter Jernigan s life is spirallingut Hunter Hunted of control His wife s gone he s lost his job and he s a stranger to his teenage son and hisnly
relief is to 
is to himself stupid All the reader can do is look Archivio Per Lo Studio Delle Tradizioni Popolari, Volume 13 on in horror as Jernigan shares his sorry tale with customary erudition caustic wit half formed thoughts and perverse logic in a relentless narrative It shouldn t work and yet it does After a slowish initial 30 pages I was gripped and in thrall through to the bitter endI read this for my book group and am delighted it was chosen I doubt I would have come across it anyther wayJernigan has been compared to Stoner and there are parallels both in terms f the content but also because both books arewere unheralded classics languishing in bscurity see also Revolutionary Road and Alone in Berlin55 Peter Jernigan s life has hit the rocks after the death Lo strano caso del barista scomparso of his wife through a freak accident he has failed miserably as a father to his teenage son and has a bitf drink problem the answermove in with the mother A Part of Speech of your son s girlfriend predominantly to get your sex life back and try to play happy familys again get fired sell yourwn house Skulduggery Pleasant: The End of the World once the dollar signs flash before your eyes and in the facef what life throws back at you just simply drink some and laugh everything The Year After off Best described as a tragic comedy and shot through with gin and irony this has completely split me down the middle as for everything I liked about it there was much that bothered me the characters for examplether than Jernigan were a bit n the dull side and conversations were always broken up with far to much I said she said he said which was most annoying As debut novels go this was not at all bad grimly funny smart and witty and what s lacking in substance was not at all bad grimly funny smart and witty and what s lacking in substance make up for in style although it s not something that will linger in the mind for long Easily readable but flawed Ultimately this novel is a pretty fast read and fairly entertaining But it has a lot f bad writing and a number Sailing Promise: Around the World on a Catamaran of poor decisions by its author David GatesDefine bad writing Sure It s when the narrator s insecurity leads him to be needlessly intrusive Here are some examplesf bad writing in Jernigan I mean at least I d found ut that this was a neighborhood where blacks weren t moving in however you were supposed to feel about that Uh h no cultural diversity Though in fact all I d really found Hunter's Moon out was that this was a neighborhood where people didn t want blacks moving in However you were supposed to feel about that Uhh be coming after me next page 86See a secure narrator would either write the first part Prince of Lies of these thoughts and allow the reader to decide what they meantr he d leave them ut altogether Instead we get Jernigan feinting at racial commentary just in time to lecture us about how we should feel about such commentary It s petty and safe rebellion and it s uite contrary to what Gates seems to want us to think he s up to with this novelHere s some bad writing He picked up his slice and blew at the molten cheese creeping v. Stran a una tortuosa decadencia Parece ue las cosas pueden empezar a cambiar cuando conoce a Martha Peretsky la madre divorciada de la novia de su hijo e inician una prometedora relación Jernigan es la divertídisima historia de un hombre ue dejándose llevar por sus peores cualidades consigue convertir su vida en un estrepitoso fracaso La cautivadora voz de Peter Jernigan nos acompaña en su .


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