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  • Paperback
  • 272
  • The Pleasant Light of Day
  • Philip Ó Ceallaigh
  • English
  • 17 February 2020
  • 9781844881864

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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ The Pleasant Light of Day Philip Ó Ceallaigh's first collection of stories Notes from a Turkish Whorehouse established him as one of the most vital and distinctive new voices in fictio I liked his Notes from a Turkish Whorehouse and so ordered this from the library straight away they had two copies That was in 2009 Finally got fed up with waiting and boughtumm not as good as Notes From a Turkish Whorehouse I felt More laterLaterI liked about half of the stories The first one was self referential featuring a book called Scenes from a Uzbeck Bordello and a bit confusing as it jumps from third to first person however the story of the man and his fuck frenzy and his girlfriend with the bunny doll with the wooden penis was absorbing if a bit icky soaked in vomit stormy rain sweat and semen The next story was excellent funny weird unsettling a man is dragged off the street and uestioned by the FBI or whoever because of some remarks he made about the towers coming down during a porn film he was making there s a lot of grungy sex in these stories and he eventually ends up in Guantanamo where he is beaten waterboarded etc I d heard of the water torture thing so I told myself relax you re in the hands of professionals Still there s something about being trussed up and feeling like you re drowning especially when you re all shaky after a spell in the hole that makes you shit your pants But the next two didn t do it for me one set in Cairo about a tourist who thinks he has found something to believe in followed by a long parody over 40 pages of The Alchemist called The Alchemist which might have worked better if I d read the original I suppose but pretty pointless otherwise I got bored This pattern went on through the book good stories followed by uninspired ones imo Amongst the others I liked were Song of Songs a man tries to impress a woman he fancies by showing off his hovering abilities he can only do it when looking at her from behind because Motion was the holy spirit that gave the language of the ass the ass song its poetry and the title story simple and lovely and unusually without any sex at all again set in Cairo A man takes his son to the museum and explains things to him it is contemplative and deeply felt Illegal Affairs liked his Notes from a Turkish Whorehouse and so ordered this from the Lanford Wilson 21 Short Plays library straight away they had two copies That was in 2009 Finally got fed up with waiting and boughtumm not as good as Notes From a Turkish Whorehouse I felt More Angel of Sudden Hill laterLaterI The Complete Anchoring Handbook liked about half of the stories The first one was self referential featuring a book called Scenes from a Uzbeck Bordello and a bit confusing as it jumps from third to first person however the story of the man and his fuck frenzy and his girlfriend with the bunny doll with the wooden penis was absorbing if a bit icky soaked in vomit stormy rain sweat and semen The next story was excellent funny weird unsettling a man is dragged off the street and uestioned by the FBI or whoever because of some remarks he made about the towers coming down during a porn film he was making there s a Screams and Nightmares The Films of Wes Craven lot of grungy sex in these stories and he eventually ends up in Guantanamo where he is beaten waterboarded etc I d heard of the water torture thing so I told myself relax you re in the hands of professionals Still there s something about being trussed up and feeling Muay Thai Unleashed like you re drowning especially when you re all shaky after a spell in the hole that makes you shit your pants But the next two didn t do it for me one set in Cairo about a tourist who thinks he has found something to believe in followed by a Practical Boat Mechanics long parody over 40 pages of The Alchemist called The Alchemist which might have worked better if I d read the original I suppose but pretty pointless otherwise I got bored This pattern went on through the book good stories followed by uninspired ones imo Amongst the others I Short Cycle Selling Beating Your Competitors in the Sales Race liked were Song of Songs a man tries to impress a woman he fancies by showing off his hovering abilities he can only do it when Break the Bipolar Cycle looking at her from behind because Motion was the holy spirit that gave the Innovate the Pixar Way language of the ass the ass song its poetry and the title story simple and School for Startups lovely and unusually without any sex at all again set in Cairo A man takes his son to the museum and explains things to him it is contemplative and deeply felt

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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ The Pleasant Light of Day S of Cairo or concocting a hilarious parody of a certain wildly popular inspirational writer from Brazil Philip Ó Ceallaigh is a writer who demands to be read Wide variety of stories in this collection making it hard to pinpoint him as a writer All good reads in that they are imaginative and well written But none of them were powerul enough to fire my imagination to the point where I could lose sight of the fact that I was reading a story At times the stories almost felt like Ceallaigh had set himself a few writing exercises which turned into a collection good enough to publish Good but not great Men on a Mission Valuing Youth Work in Our Communities lose sight of the fact that I was reading a story At times the stories almost felt Seeing the Light like Ceallaigh had set himself a few writing exercises which turned into a collection good enough to publish Good but not great