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✼ The Insult Epub ✿ Author Rupert Thomson – Nessville.me It is a Thursday evening After work Martin Blom drives to the supermarket to buy some groceries As he walks back to his car a shot rings out When he wakes up he is blind His neurosurgeon Bruno Visser The Insult Epub Author Rupert Thomson Nessvilleme It is a Thursday evening After work Martin Blom drives to the supermarket to buy some groceries As he walks back to his car a shot rings out When he wakes up he is blind His neurosurgeon Bruno Vi

Sser It is a Thursday evening After work Martin Blom drives to the supermarket to buy some groceries As he walks back to his car a shot rings out When he wakes up he is blind His neurosurgeon Bruno Visser tells him that his loss of sight is permanent and that he must e

insult kindle The Insult KindleSser It is a Thursday evening After work Martin Blom drives to the supermarket to buy some groceries As he walks back to his car a shot rings out When he wakes up he is blind His neurosurgeon Bruno Visser tells him that his loss of sight is permanent and that he must e

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  1. Maciek Maciek says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult Kindle Absolute blindness is rare There's usually some suggestion of movement some sense of light and shade Not in my case What I 'saw' was depthless and impenetrableThere were no gradations in the blankness no fluctuations of any kind It was what depression would like I thought if you had to externalize it This was a spontaneous purchase for me I knew nothing about the book or its author but decided to give him a try because I was intrigued I'm very glad that I did as it turned out to be one of the stranger and certainly interesting novels that I recently read The Insult opens with the main protagonist and narrator Martin Blom waking up in a hospital and being informed that he was shot in the head and has suffered a cerebral insult which resulted in complete blindness Blom's neurosurgeon Bruno Visser informs him that the loss of vision is permanent and irreversibl


  2. Ryan Chapman Ryan Chapman says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindleI'd heard such good things about Rupert Thompson I might try another book down the road but this one was uniuely terrible I couldn't even finish it From the unoriginal solipsistic narrator to the meandering pace and dearth of any suspense or momentum I couldn't help but think of the author sitting down every day and arbitrarily picking something new for his protagonist to do Today I'll have him order a pastry Today he should meet yet another person who's unexplainably friendly to him even though he's a dick toward everyone If anything this reminded me of Haruki Murakami where the entire world happens to the male protagonist in which he expends minimal effort to woo women make friends and embroil himself in vague mysteries I can only take so many books with bored listless middle class guys who somehow don't need to work a day job narrating to the reader their peregrinations around the cityI'm sure the myriad strands of the plot c


  3. Michelle Michelle says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindleThis book was VERY interestingI read it before I started working in the eyecare field and thought it was fascinating Reading it AFTER I got into thi


  4. sisterimapoet sisterimapoet says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindleI've had this on my shelf for a while I was disappointed by 'Divided Kingdom' and I hoped that this novel wouldn't further distance me from Thomson The mixed reviews on and here didn't help either but I took the plunge and I'm very glad I did Again Thomson creates a strange land that is both familiar and alien at the same time You feel like you recognise the


  5. Rebecca Lewis Rebecca Lewis says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindlePossibly my favourite book in the world


  6. Sandy Virk Sandy Virk says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindleWell I really did think the book was pretty different from the conventional books I usually read so I'll give it that it's extremely uniue I really liked how Thomson described the world from the man's perspective Then going into the other perspective Edith? was pretty unusual the life of a female in a male orientated house Incest here That was pretty odd I really like how twisted and insane the whole thing was Mazey's life was also odd to read as well it was uncomfortable but in a good way I guess The way everything randomly ties up at the end in such a weird way the murder the shooting It's a really dark story in it's own uirky wayFirst time I've read Thomson's books I'd love to read really


  7. Gina Gina says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindleThis book was fascinating It starts with a man being shot and losing his sight Except maybe he can see after all but only at night The entire book is his adventure investigating the disappearance of a beautiful woaman or maybe she not really beautiful and his sight is just a delusion In the middle of the book we suddenly change narrators and drop back in time fifty years and the reader is completely confused until it all comes back together at the end brilliantly I cant wait to read by this author Crazy uniue and exciting story and extremely well written


  8. Nhoa Nhoa says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindleWHAT IF by a whim of fate we lose vision? And what if after having adjusted to a our new flawed life we recover it again but in an unexpected way? This is the core of the story that The Insult tells and is as fascinating as it soundsI read this book through the recommendation of a friend –thanks again Maciek and one month after reading it I´m still affected by the originality of the story and the delicacy of its prose Some of my favorite passages Loots was a man of many talents and some of them were hidden If anyone understood the value of secrecy it was meThe fact that he also had secrets didn’t frustrate or discourage me at all; if anything it lifted him higher in my estimation When she talked about her family the words seemed to curdle in her mouth and just for a moment she reminded me of myself She’d had some kind of bullet fired at her The way she was behaving n


  9. Sharon Sharon says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindleA weird strange and a WTF oddly addictive compulsive readAn abstract beautifully compelling mystery thrillerI really don't know what else to say about this without giving anything away but I was blown away by the powerful imagery constructed by this picasoesue authorStunning


  10. The Subway Reader The Subway Reader says:

    ePUB The Insult ePUB Ì Ï nessville.me insult kindle, The Insult KindleOne of the weirdest books I have ever read surreal and at the same time very realistic definitely original unpre


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