Mourning Morning

Mourning Morning What if time was broken Would life continue as normal Or would everything just stop For Norman Coleslaw a young trainee journalist a regular bicycle ride propels him into a week like nobody has ever

  • Title: Mourning Morning
  • Author: Scott Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781507692431
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if time was broken Would life continue as normal Or would everything just stop For Norman Coleslaw, a young trainee journalist, a regular bicycle ride propels him into a week like nobody has ever experienced before A week free from reality, and the constraints of time.Norman s search for truth leads him into the path of great danger, and eventually places him nipplWhat if time was broken Would life continue as normal Or would everything just stop For Norman Coleslaw, a young trainee journalist, a regular bicycle ride propels him into a week like nobody has ever experienced before A week free from reality, and the constraints of time.Norman s search for truth leads him into the path of great danger, and eventually places him nipple to face with the most dangerous man Miranisha has ever known, General Alain de Wilderspin.Mourning Morning, the second novel from Scott Andrews, takes you on a riotous romp through the kind of absurd landscape which can only occur in a post modern dictatorship.

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    About "Scott Andrews"

    1. Scott Andrews

      Scott Andrews is so old that he should probably smell much worse than he actually does As he gradually approaches his very own middle ages he has resolved himself to do it as disgracefully as possible He has published one novel entitled Existence Is Futile and occasionally writes stuff on the interwebs He currently resides in the Netherlands with his newly acquired wife and his Scottish Terrier, but, sadly, not inside a windmill.

    623 thoughts on “Mourning Morning”

    1. "There is not, has never been and never will be a greater torture than a man being forced to see out his days with only his conscience for company".3.5 starsHonestly, I liked existence is futile better and the fact that Scott used the same name twice did not escape me. In fact, it made me crack up laughing. But this one was good, too.I think what I liked best about this story is the fact that Scott Andrews reminds me so much of my favourite author "Albert Camus". That's because of his great use [...]


    2. A very surreal book. I never would have thought that a journey through one man's morning could be so action packed and life changing. Norman seems like a very simple man who all of sudden finds himself in a part of his own society that is totally foreign to him and one that he never thought that he could be a part of. His journey to find out why and how he has ended up there has him constantly questioning the world and those around him.


    3. interesting premise but was sluggish? idk. i got almost halfway, skimming after 20%, and i'm giving up, clearing the date finished section as so it won't count to my book goal count bc gosh. time to move on.



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