You bright and risen angels: a cartoon
Do you know someone who makes you want to shout with joy, turn a flip or fly a kite? Someone who is so great, you even need new words to describe them? That's just how this little pig feels towards his friend who is as great as all of the best things in the world. Rebecca Doughty's playful language and jubilant illustrations add up to a boisterous celebration of love, one that will inspire readers to invent new superlatives for their own loved ones.
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I enjoyed the digressions more than the story. In fact, I enjoyed them a lot. The history of the rise of electricity in the first part of the book was a merciless synopsis of the westward ho! of frontier history. Things fall apart near the end. Or maybe the piss was knocked out of me by the shift from 10% action, 90% digression to 90% action, 10% digression. Vollmann is a wonderful digresser. So unlike 'War and Peace', I tended to skim the battle scenes in this book. I will now NOT get raptured for reading this book.
Review: You Bright and Risen Angels (Contemporary American Fiction)User Review - Goodreads
Jesus christ. I bought this book on a whim, because I liked the sound the authors name made in my head as I tried to work out how it was pronounced (Vohl-man? Vole-man?) and I liked the title and the ...
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