[MOBI] ✓ Days of Grace | by ✓ Mark Falkin

Days of Grace By Mark Falkin,

  • Title: Days of Grace
  • Author: Mark Falkin
  • ISBN: 0977702693
  • Page: 375
  • Format: None
  • DAYS OF GRACE tells the story of Ian Johns, a bleary and depressed thirty one year old professional student, who, in the throes of an early life crisis brought on by his mothers untimely death from cancer, quits law school after surviving the rigors of its proverbially arduous first year to become an itinerant without a plan With a voice and sensibility that can be likeneDAYS OF GRACE tells the story of Ian Johns, a bleary and depressed thirty one year old professional student, who, in the throes of an early life crisis brought on by his mothers untimely death from cancer, quits law school after surviving the rigors of its proverbially arduous first year to become an itinerant without a plan With a voice and sensibility that can be likened to Lethem, Sedaris, Coupland and Kerouac, the book is unabashedly picaresque and Neo Beat, written in a roman clef and journalistic style which has been described as modified stream of consciousness It is at times dark and bittersweet but is relentlessly tinged with bright sharp edges of humor As we go forward with Ian on his travels and go back into the near past to sit at his mothers deathbed in his childhood home, viewing the world through his admittedly cracked prism, we come away having learned something universal about ourselves, Y2K America and maybe even mortality itself.
    Days of Grace DAYS OF GRACE tells the story of Ian Johns a bleary and depressed thirty one year old professional student who in the throes of an early life crisis brought on by his mothers untimely death from ca

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