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Bruiser

Bruiser Richard House s sad beautifully crafted novel is a triumph of story telling His engaging characters leave the reader both astonished and hopeful Here is an amazing writer David SedarisBruiser is the

  • Title: Bruiser
  • Author: Richard House
  • ISBN: 9781852427474
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
  • Richard House s sad, beautifully crafted novel is a triumph of story telling His engaging characters leave the reader both astonished and hopeful Here is an amazing writer David SedarisBruiser is the story of a love between two men wary of emotional commitment Adrian fends for himself as a waiter, boxer and hustler until he meets Paul, a lonely British expatriate old Richard House s sad, beautifully crafted novel is a triumph of story telling His engaging characters leave the reader both astonished and hopeful Here is an amazing writer David SedarisBruiser is the story of a love between two men wary of emotional commitment Adrian fends for himself as a waiter, boxer and hustler until he meets Paul, a lonely British expatriate old enough to be his father Rejecting their lives in Chicago, they embark on a road trip to Brazil On the journey, they both find that they cannot abandon the fear of intimacy.Richard House s first novel is a sensual portrayal of lives lived on the margins.

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    1. This novel begins with a rather disorientating sequence where a car hits an animal and the driver flees. Is this really happening? Is it a nightmare? A story the narrator is composing? This ambiguity sets the tone for a novel that is quite dream-like following the affair between a forty-something Englishman named Paul staying in a hotel in Chicago and a barely-legal boxer/waiter named Adrian. After hooking up it becomes clear the two have been circling around each other for a short time. Told en [...]

    2. Paul, a lonely English man staying in Chicago escaping his family and work, but not without financial resources, meets Adrian a young waiter. Adrian is about seventeen years old, Paul is old enough to be his father, but Adrian soon moves in with Paul in his hotel as they slip into an easy relationship together. We gradually learn that Adrian, a keen amateur boxer, is also escaping his past. The two men begin planning a trip to South America together, and eventually when they have completed all t [...]

    3. It's hard to rate this book. In a way it's beautiful and something that I really enjoyed reading but it had some unpleasant moments that left me feeling strange. And I have no idea what I thought about the ending.

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