Mirrors on which dust has fallen Jeff Bursey

ISBN:

Published:

Paperback

342 pages


Description

Mirrors on which dust has fallen  by  Jeff Bursey

Mirrors on which dust has fallen by Jeff Bursey
| Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 342 pages | ISBN: | 9.68 Mb

Set against a backdrop of public scandal and private dilemma, Mirrors on which dust has fallen presents the quotidian concerns of the average and the not-so-average inhabitants of the fictitious Bowmount, the province featured in Bursey’s precursor MoreSet against a backdrop of public scandal and private dilemma, Mirrors on which dust has fallen presents the quotidian concerns of the average and the not-so-average inhabitants of the fictitious Bowmount, the province featured in Bursey’s precursor Verbatim: A Novel.

The varied cast of characters examine and defend their spiritual beliefs, from God to evolution- their views on art, as painting battles photography for supremacy- and their sexuality, from confusion to pagan flagrancy. While Verbatim depicts the politics of the elected, Mirrors on which dust has fallen reveals the motives of the electorate, using pitch-perfect dialogue interjected with sly media snippets and elegant, subtle prose, to paint a darkly humorous and deeply telling tale of the late twentieth century in Canada.“Jeff Bursey brings his gifts of complex plotting, sparkling, inventive dialogue, and a satirist’s eye to this hectic tale of Bowmount, Canada.

As the Buddhist title suggests, its harried denizens are a long way from Nirvana.” — Steven Moore, author of The Novel: An Alternative History



Enter the sum





Related Archive Books



Related Books


Comments

Comments for "Mirrors on which dust has fallen":


unitedmisfitsgaming.freedlbooksread.site

©2011-2015 | DMCA | Contact us