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  • Title: Yok
  • Author: Tim Davys
  • ISBN: 9780061797477
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When you re tired of run of the mill fiction, it s time to read Tim Davys Brad Meltzer, author of The Book of Lies A world that s violent, tender, hilarious, and downright sickening Really, what could be better Eric Garcia, author of Anonymous RexTim Davys is one of the most uniquely imaginative novelists writing today the architect of Mollisan Town, a dark urban n When you re tired of run of the mill fiction, it s time to read Tim Davys Brad Meltzer, author of The Book of Lies A world that s violent, tender, hilarious, and downright sickening Really, what could be better Eric Garcia, author of Anonymous RexTim Davys is one of the most uniquely imaginative novelists writing today the architect of Mollisan Town, a dark urban nightmare located in an alternate world populated by stuffed animals that lie, cheat, dream, despair, love, and kill In the final installment in his acclaimed Mollisan Town Quartet, Davys leads us into Yok, a district of dashed hopes and broken dreams the seediest neighborhood of a unique place that is both strange and familiar Boston Globe and employs an engaging cast of damaged animate plush toys to explore provocative questions of life, death, and morality Yok is nourishment for readers hungry for off beat, literary fiction, and fans of Christopher Moore, Neil Gaiman, Clifford Chase, and Jasper Fforde will be inexorably drawn into Davys ingeniously sculpted world.
    Yok When you re tired of run of the mill fiction it s time to read Tim Davys Brad Meltzer author of The Book of Lies A world that s violent tender hilarious and downright sickening Really what could

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    1. A fox, a gecko, a monkey and a hare All part of a town full of stuffed animals Sounds great You bet it is It may sound ridiculous at first, like it did to me, but interesting at the same time I could not believe after I finished this book that this would become of my favorites books I used to have 2, but I gotta say, now I have 3 favorites Love, desperation, loneliness, meaninglessness, success, fear and freedom Isn t that what our existence is Isn t it either running towards or away from all th [...]

    2. Well there you go the last part of this excellent series has arrived and I put off reading it for as long as possible I discovered Amberville a few years back in an Oxfam bookshop in central London and was utterly compelled by the whole premise and execution Lancheim notches up the theology a bit, then s it s a surreal detective trip in Tourquai before we get to this one Four vignettes life s great turbulence, struggles internal and external and the appearance of some old friends And that final [...]

    3. Originally posted at More Than Just MagicI finished this book ages ago, but I ve had a hard time writing the review so sorry for the delay It s just this book is so unique that it was hard to put my finger on all the things that make it so special.When I first heard about Yok, I had no idea there were three other companion novels to go along with it So don t worry if you haven t either Yok stands on its own, as far as I can tell it s characters are separate from those in the other three books It [...]

    4. This is the fourth book in TD s series of books about Mollison Town A modern day city filled vice, love, and life Power, gangsters, drugs, money and its lack, talent wasted and found The usual stuff but populated by stuffed animals of all types, where each street is a different color and the weather follows the same sequence every day These have been among the most wildly creative and wise books I ve ever run across The animals have names like Vincent Hare, Cocker Spaniel Rosenblatt, Beatrice Co [...]

    5. The last character, Vince Hare, was my least favorite Really enjoyed the beginnings and the sardonic ploy of using stuffed animals designed to be creatures of comfort to tell dark stories worked for me.

    6. The novelty of a town filled with stuffed animals was offset by the normalcy of their everyday lives I appreciated the book but was really ready to love it There were aspects that held my attention and captured my imagination and others that felt mundane and directionless.

    7. My only complaint is that the marketing for this book is all Free will Or destiny Existentialism The book, thankfully, is not a navel gazer It s damn good.

    8. Could not get into this book at all All the characters in the book are stuffed animals I had to put this one down without finishing it.

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