(The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall


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    (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall 10You are a book The Raw Shark Texts You are an unstable narrative You are a story of loss and love and memory of a broken heart and a broken mind You are a mystery; you are a postmodern text; you are a Burroughs with a certain sort of sunny spotless mind You are a first novel complete with a first novel's typical weaknesses an intermitten

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    (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall You know what I like?This whole genre of stuffy British dudes who find themselves unwillingly going on adventures and discovering that there's to them than just being pasty and flusteredAnd yeah it's a genre There's TONS o

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    (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall free read The Raw Shark Texts A bit oversold but certainly creative at times with a sprinkling of novel ideas which for me almost worked; but not uiteAt heart this is a simple love story which I didn't mind as I uite like simple love stories being an old romantic at heart

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    (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall review · eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Steven Hall Steven Hall Õ 8 summary There might be very minor spoilers here but I doubt they will make any sense to you if you haven't read the book so read on unles you

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    free read The Raw Shark Texts (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall For sheer ballsy creativity The Raw Shark Texts is an incendiary word bomb of conceptual fish mad world hungry pseudo immortals movie geekdom Greek tragedy and cats with mundane namesTo say there is something lacking in Steven Hall's first n

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    free read The Raw Shark Texts (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall review · eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Steven Hall Duh DumDuh DumDum dum dum dum dum dum DUMOk that was a poor attempt to mimic the Jaws theme tune in text format but hey it's not tha

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    (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall review · eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Steven Hall Steven Hall Õ 8 summary Personally I wouldn't have ended it on such a sappy note and OF COURSE he's reading Paul Auster in that scene towards the

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    (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall The Raw Shark Texts was released back in 2007 by first time UK author Steven Hall In some circles it’s been referred to as some bizarre cross between Jaws and The Matrix with perhaps a little Da Vinci Code thrown in there for good measure It follows the story of Eric Saunderson who awakes on his bedroom floor

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    review · eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Steven Hall (The Raw Shark Texts) [E–book] Ð Steven Hall Hall’s conceptual sharks are clever baffling and original His typographical uirks are deployed to interesting and in one infamous instance hilariously terrifying effect Howevs the writing suffers from an overuse of dramatic verbs a overly stylised relationship between the heroheroine regardless of any ironic intentions moments of prolonged confusion and plot dullness and melodrama Still it shows a clear love of langua

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free read The Raw Shark Texts

summary The Raw Shark Texts ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Is great love Clio while the two vacationed in the Greek islandsBut there may be to the story or it may be a different story altogether As Eric begins to examine letters and papers left in the house by the first Eric Sanderson a staggeringly different explanation for what is happening to Eric emerges and he and the reader embark on. For sheer ballsy creativity The Raw Shark Texts is an incendiary word bomb of conceptual fish mad world hungry pseudo immortals movie geekdom Greek tragedy and cats with mundane namesTo say there is something lacking in Steven Hall s first novel seems unfair and trite but I can t shake the feeling that something in Eric Sanderson s relationship with ClioScout felt too forced and way too indoctrinated by current gender attitudes If that was by design I can t imagine what the design was if it was merely the truth that Hall found in his characters I have to admit that I couldn t see that truth That could be down to meBesides it seems a petty complaint when weighed against the moments of sheer genius in Steven Hall s debut I know I will be back for multiple reads because there are so many uestions I need to examine again and again I almost started listing them here but instead I will simply provide words for which I am compelled to seek answers Dr Ryan Mitchell Dr Randle Mycroft Ward Ian Greg Ludovician one of the all time great antagonists in any novel ever Eric Richardson the first the other the secondThe Raw Shark Texts is a rich mine of thought that I look forward to returning to and Steven Hall is threatening to enter the rarefied upper region of my personal literary canon I just hope he doesn t slip in the direction of Chuck Pahlaniuk with his next work Promising beginnings can so often become failure to live up to potential Oh well who cares I ll always have The Raw Shark Texts to enjoy if the future doesn t work out

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summary The Raw Shark Texts ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF A uest to recover the truth and escape the remorseless predatory forces that threatens to devour him The Raw Shark Texts is a kaleidoscopic novel about the magnitude of love and the devastating effect of losing that love It will dazzle you it will move you and will leave an indelible imprint like nothing you have read in a long ti. Personally I wouldn t have ended it on such a sappy note and OF COURSE he s reading Paul Auster in that scene towards the end but this was a pretty compelling and inventive read overall even if some of it felt a bit gimmicky at points One could only hope for such generous criticism of their first novel so that s why I m giving credit where credit due Four out of five stars

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summary The Raw Shark Texts ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Eric Sanderson wakes up in a house one day with no idea who or where he is A note instructs him to see a Dr Randle immediately who informs him that he is undergoing yet another episode of acute memory loss that is a symptom of his severe dissociative disorder Eric's been in Dr Randle's care for two years since the tragic death of h. You know what I likeThis whole genre of stuffy British dudes who find themselves unwillingly going on adventures and discovering that there s to them than just being pasty and flusteredAnd yeah it s a genre There s TONS of books with that same damn plot Thing is they re often very entertainingThey re also usually played for laughs Which is not the case in The Raw Shark Texts Yes the protagonist eventually finds himself drawn into a world where the old rules don t apply Yes he has an adventure Yes he even has a sidekick in the form of an irascible unflappable fortunately non talking ginger catBut it s a story of confusion and grief and loss Eric Sanderson has lost everything he ever held dear including himself beginning with a stupid everyday accident and culminating in the predations of a conceptual beast who feeds on memory and swims the currents of ideas and informationIt s a very meta sort of story with much of the narrative being dedicated to the biology of ideas and memes how they grow and evolve how they have their own ecosystem that interacts with our material one There s also a fair bit of fourth wall breaking but not in the usual sense as the words and type on the page are molded and re arrange to become illustration than textI m not sure I can properly review this book I really don t have the language for it But I can assure you even if the plot is a bit familiar the ideas are uite unlike anything you re likely to have encountered

  • Hardcover
  • 427
  • The Raw Shark Texts
  • Steven Hall
  • English
  • 06 January 2020
  • 9781841959115