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    EBOOK or KINDLE (To Rise Again at a Decent Hour) º Joshua Ferris To be clear I won this mofo in a Goodreads giveaway I loved Ferris's previous two novels and eagerly hit this one Said eagerness uickly gave way to a stolid kind of admiration and a decent amount of fatigue Other reviewers w

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    Joshua Ferris ´ 8 review Summary ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Joshua Ferris EBOOK or KINDLE (To Rise Again at a Decent Hour) º Joshua Ferris Joshua Ferris’s new novel is about a dentist and like a good dentist Ferris welcomes us in with a few jokes and some di

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (To Rise Again at a Decent Hour) º Joshua Ferris I have literally no idea why this is even longlisted The first 50ish pages were alright That was it The main character seemed like an interesting guy at the start before all the arduous religious stuff In many ways this felt like a Coen brother's film but that is a massive insult to the Coens I'm not angry with this book I'm just disappoin

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (To Rise Again at a Decent Hour) º Joshua Ferris Warning This review is not grammatically correct It is also rambling and incoherentmuch like this book was Though expertly performed by Campbell Scott listening to this audio became almost painful What began as an entertaining charac

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    Summary ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Joshua Ferris Joshua Ferris ´ 8 review Free download To Rise Again at a Decent Hour Disclaimer I won this book in a Goodreads First Reads giveaway To Rise Again at a Decent Hour is not a bad book; it just appears to have been written for an audience so specific that I'm not sure it really even exists As the cover art suggests it combines a mishmash of topics baseball Judaism and dentistry primarily But while there's some lo

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    Joshua Ferris ´ 8 review Summary ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Joshua Ferris EBOOK or KINDLE (To Rise Again at a Decent Hour) º Joshua Ferris I really tried to finish reading this book struggled through 180 pages and could go no further The real killer for me was the seemingly endless ridiculous dissertations seemingly from the Bible to the main character from an unknown being who had stolen his identity on the internetdescription on the back cover and the first pages seemed interesting but it went uickly downhill from there

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (To Rise Again at a Decent Hour) º Joshua Ferris Paul finds all significance draining from his life leaving a gaping hollow that nothing can fill not even his obsessive and highly ritualised love of the Red Sox When he looks around he sees that other people ten

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (To Rise Again at a Decent Hour) º Joshua Ferris Summary ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Joshua Ferris Joshua Ferris ´ 8 review Received this book as a First Reads giveaway and it absolutely blew me away What rock have I been under that this is the first time I've heard of Joshua Ferris? His books are now on my to read listThe main character in this novel is Dr Paul O'Rourke DDS Paul is a walking bundle of anxiety looking for answers to some very primal uestions He has no family to speak of so continually tries to attach himself to peop

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Summary To Rise Again at a Decent Hour ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Free download To Rise Again at a Decent Hour Joshua Ferris's dazzling new novel To Rise Again at a Decent Hour is about the meaning of life the certainty of death and the importance of good oral hygiene There's nothing like a dental chair to remind a man that he's alone in the world'Paul O'Rourke 40 year old slightly curmudgeonly dentist runs a thriving practice in New York Yet he is discovering he needs in his life than a steady income and the perfect mochaccino But whatAs Paul tries to work out the meaning of life a Fac. Joshua Ferris s new novel is about a dentist and like a good dentist Ferris welcomes us in with a few jokes and some distracting chitchat By the time we realize what we re in for we re flat on our backs staring wildly at our own reflection in the goggles of a person we re not sure we should trustIf you re afraid of dentists or demanding fiction back away because To Rise Again at a Decent Hour is a brilliant mess of a novel that drills at a raw nerve of existential dread It s a deceptively comic treatment of Emily Dickinson s claim that Narcotics cannot still the Tooth That nibbles at the soul Ferris has managed to blend the clever satire of his first book Then We Came to the End with the grinding despair of his second The Unnamed The result is a witty story that chews on Internet scams relationship killers crackpot theology baseball mania and the desperate loneliness of modern lifePlotting in the traditional sense is not Ferris s prime interest or his strongest talent What matters to him is how characters respond to the approaching darkness No matter the setting for Ferris it s always Rosencrantz and Guildenstern and the Rest of Us There s some complication in this third novel even some remnants of intrigue but we re locked in the endlessly spiraling mind of Paul O Rourke DDS a functional depressive with a successful practice in New York City Peering into the moist maw of one patient after another seeing the incipient rot noting the early signs of mortality has only exacerbated his angst This is a man who can t get a puppy because someday it might die he doesn t want kids because that would take suicide off the tableAnd so he has poured his enthusiasm into one hobby and relationship after another only to grow bored or to frighten away the objects of his affection Even God has proved inadeuate to his boundless zeal I would have liked to believe in God he tells us but church is just a place to be bored in and the Bible offers only firmament superlong middle part Jesus These erratic musings of a misanthropic and chronically unhappy man are interrupted one day by a mysterious encounter My life didn t really begin Paul tells us until several months before the fateful Red Sox summer of 2011 Someone he doesn t know well insists on having a tooth extracted without any anesthetic instead the patient wants to rely on Tibetan meditation techniues I m not actually here physically the man claims As you might expect that doesn t work well but as the patient leaves he whispers I m going to Israel I m an Ulm and so are you That enigmatic remark trips a cascade of strange events starting with the creation of a nice looking Web site for Paul s practice a Web site that Paul never sanctioned nor reuested If this is identity theft it seems like the best kind to suffer But while Paul tries to shut down that unauthorized site phony Twitter and Facebook accounts using his name start offering comments about the modern day descendants of AmalekIf you know the Hebrew Bible you may recognize the Amalekites as the ancient and eternal enemy of the Jews but Paul of course has never managed to make it past the barren wives and the kindred wraths and all the rest of it Now however he s infected by curiosity about this faux version of himself online and soon he s drawn into a labyrinth of Web sites either condemning the Amalekites or celebrating them as an ancient sect of religious doubters who have been unfairly maligned It s just the sort of occult incendiary debate that metastasizes all over the Internet inflaming anti Semites alarming the Anti Defamation League and leaving Paul ever entangled in the strident uasi academic claims of shadowy kooks While ignoring his patients and frightening his staff he grows convinced of his own seriousness and sincerityThe great challenge of creating a manic depressive narrator is conveying the intensity of his mania without forcing readers to endure the tedium of actual mania Although Ferris reportedly cut hundreds of pages from To Rise Again at a Decent Hour he has managed to preserve the novel s meandering gait the artless associative jumps and swings of a man flailing aboutThere are still long patches of blather three pages about hand lotion for instance exemplify the author s tendency toward self indulgence And some stale jokes about social media addiction should remind everyone that Dave Eggers s The Circle has exhausted that line of satire But at his best which is most of the time Ferris spins Paul s observations and reflections into passages of flashing comedy that sound like a stand up theologian suffering a nervous breakdownIn the novel s weirdest and most daring sections Paul describes his longstanding attraction to Judaism despite his confirmed atheism Why he wonders can t he join with the community of the faithful without swallowing the demands of belief If he can t be Jewish can he be say Jewish ish In the dark folds of despair he fails to detect the offensive strains of his desperate philo Semitism Howard Jacobson explored some of these issues in his eually plotless comic novel The Finkler uestion which won the Booker Prize in 2010 Ferris s book is less polished but ultimately it s better for that raggedness poignant tragic For all Paul s ludicrous ravings about the Red Sox and a Lost Tribe and the girlfriends who got away he s frightened of something profound and universal The day is hard enough Don t leave me alone with the night he pleads For all his fleeting affections and loony obsessions he knows What separated the living from one another could be as impenetrable as whatever barrier separated the living from the dead You can rinse now But you won t get the taste of this harrowing story out of your mouthFrom The Washington Post

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To Rise Again at a Decent Hour

Summary To Rise Again at a Decent Hour ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Free download To Rise Again at a Decent Hour On Then We Came to the End'He has teased ordinary circumstances into something extraordinary which is exactly what we want our fiction writers to do' Economist on The UnnamedJoshua Ferris was born in Illinois in 1974 He is the author of Then We Came to the End 2007 which was nominated for the National Book Award and longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award and The Unnamed In 2010 he was selected for the New Yorker's prestigious '20 under 40' list He lives in upstate New Yo. I really tried to finish reading this book struggled through 180 pages and could go no further The real killer for me was the seemingly endless ridiculous dissertations seemingly from the Bible to the main character from an unknown being who had stolen his identity on the internetdescription on the back cover and the first pages seemed interesting but it went uickly downhill from there

Joshua Ferris ´ 8 review

Summary To Rise Again at a Decent Hour ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Free download To Rise Again at a Decent Hour Ebook page and Twitter account appear in his name What's at first an outrageous violation of privacy soon becomes something frightening the possibility that the online Paul might be a better version of the man in the flesh Who is doing this and will it cost Paul his sanity'Slick sophisticated and very funny has modern Everyman fighting for his identity in an increasingly impersonal world' Daily Mail on Then We Came to the End'Brilliant funny stomach turningly accurate' Observer. Number of times I laughed up to page 50 0Number of times I chortled up to page 50 0Number of times I grinned broadly up to page 50 0Number of times I smiled uietly up to page 50 0Number of times I very slightly smirked up to page 50 0Number of times I thought that Philip Roth David Foster Wallace Nicholson Baker and a couple of others whose names escape me could do this sort of angsty white middle class monologuing nitpicking mournful modern life is rubbish thing a whole lot better 40

  • Hardcover
  • 337
  • To Rise Again at a Decent Hour
  • Joshua Ferris
  • English
  • 12 January 2020
  • 9780670917730