(My Little Blue Dress) [PDF KINDLE] ¶ Bruno Maddox

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  • My Little Blue Dress
  • Bruno Maddox
  • English
  • 15 May 2020
  • 9780142000489

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My Little Blue Dress review Ï 3 review My Little Blue Dress Alent In his first novel Maddox concocts a hilariously off the wall satire of the memoir Brilliantly funny Maddox's writing is purposely uppity but the kitschy honest overtones communicate a very witty take on love and life Publishers Weekly Hilarious fun full throttle stuff Entertainment Week. Unlike most reviewers here I thought this book got better rather than worse the further along I got And I didn t think it was LIKE any other book which to my mind is a great thing And I thought the dissolution of it all was super clever Rahasia Gua Jepang Sersan Grung Grung reviewers here I thought this book got better Sex Death and Minuets rather than worse the further along I got And I didn t think it was LIKE any other book which to my mind is a great thing And I thought the dissolution of it all was super clever

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My Little Blue Dress

My Little Blue Dress review Ï 3 review My Little Blue Dress Autobiography in a single frantic night and why he fails A love story a murder mystery an acclaimed satire My Little Blue Dress is a hugely entertaining and hilariously audacious fiction debut a winsome and vastly entertaining novel The New York Times Book Review by a marvelous new literary t. there was a moment in my life when i declared this to be my favorite book of all time i can be a bit overenthusiastic at times but at the time it was so true cruel and sardonic for a lot of the narrative and you know i hate that but when the real voice of the narrator revealed itself i was floored i remember at the time reading so many novels that pooped out the end super engaging and epic four the first three uarters but blowing it during the crucial final fourth it was pissing me off but this one such a beautiful and vulnerable denouement revelatory Walmart real voice of the narrator A History of Portuguese Economic Thought revealed itself i was floored i The Works of John M Synge Vol 2 remember at the time The Complete Fairy Tales reading so many novels that pooped out the end super engaging and epic four the first three uarters but blowing it during the crucial final fourth it was pissing me off but this one such a beautiful and vulnerable denouement Trivial Complaints revelatory

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My Little Blue Dress review Ï 3 review My Little Blue Dress There's a reason this memoir of a 100 year old woman's sun soaked rural childhood is not at all what it seems In Bruno Maddox's warmhearted comic novel it is soon revealed why a young man who knows very little about history and even less about being a woman attempts to improvise an old woman's. This post first appeared on my blog The Backstage Book LoverYou know those books that you really want to like You read them and they re not really holding your attention but they held such promise that you keep going telling yourself no I SHOULD like this book it WILL get better This was one of those books I picked it up at the library because I loved the premise It s supposedly a memoir written by a hundred year old woman who was born on the first day of the last century but slowly you come to realize that she is in fact not writing it at all as the author doesn t seem to know much about history or life as a woman It sounded like a brilliant satire of memoirs Not so much I don t know exactly what I was expecting but I know that I expected to laugh than I did I was definitely hoping for a clever satire but honestly I found the whole thing kind of dull I didn t feel engaged throughout the story It was really difficult to get into The young girl narrator wasn t believable but it also didn t strike me as particularly entertaining just kind of annoying It did pick up as the book went along My favourite parts were when the author would put in notes to self along the way and forget to delete them However that did not happen nearly enough Don t get me wrong there were enjoyable sections of the book The insane plot turns like spending all of the war in a secret facility that didn t allow newspapers was genius and twentysomething author reflecting on his own life started out as amusing I mean the pieces of memoir interspersed with reflections on the modern era were marginally funny but something about it just didn t grab me The satire itself wasn t exactly biting There is experimental content and the form is intriguing and there are twists that made me smile Not everything about this book was painful It definitely got better as it went along with little bits of the truth filtering out I enjoyed watching the author s slow descent into madness and by author of course I mean the fictional author of the fictional memoir who also just happens to be named Bruno Maddox I enjoyed the tongue in cheek meta ness of plot lines spoiler such as the fictional Bruno Maddox naming a character in HIS book Bruno Maddox I m a sucker for all things meta what can I say It s why I picked it up in the first place But other than that there just wasn t that much that intrigued me I m glad I stuck through this book I really hate putting books down once I ve started but it definitely wasn t my favourite Not feeling for Bruno didn t help the matter This review is all over the place which is actually kind of fitting for this particular book I don t know how to describe this book other than saying that it s oddly experimental I don t think there s much that I can say