!!> PDF / Epub ☃ Waste ✐ Author Andrew F. Sullivan – Survivingtheholocaust.us

Waste Larkhill, Ontario 1989 A City On The Brink Of Utter Economic Collapse On The Brink Of Violence Driving Home One Night, Unlikely Passengers Jamie Garrison And Moses Moon Hit A Lion At Fifty Miles An Hour Both Men Stumble Away From The Freak Accident Unharmed, But Neither Reports The Bizarre Incident Haunted By The Dead Lion, Moses Storms Through The Frozen City With His Pathetic Crew Of Wannabe Skinheads Searching For His Mentally Unstable Mother Jamie Struggles With Raising His Young Daughter And Working A Dead End Job In A Butcher Shop, Where A Dead Body Shows Up In The Waste Buckets Out Back A Warning Of Something Worse To Come Somewhere Out There In The Dark, A Man Is Still Looking For His Lion His Name Is Astor Crane, And He Has Never Really Understood Forgiveness.

!!> PDF / Epub ☃ Waste  ✐ Author Andrew F. Sullivan – Survivingtheholocaust.us
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Waste
  • Andrew F. Sullivan
  • English
  • 08 April 2017
  • 1938103408

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  1. says:

    On the way home from work late at night, Jamie and Moses hit a lion, nearly totaling Jamie s car Moses comes home to find his mother missing and wanders the bleak Ontario town of Larkhill looking for her Meanwhile, Jamie finds himself homeless and discovers a body in waste can at workWaste is one gritty read, the tale of two losers and their respective circles of friends in Larkhill, a dying city of ...


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    Read 1 21 16 to 1 23 163 Stars Recommended to readers who don t mind a slow start and time spent on secondary charactersPages 256Publisher DzancReleases March 2016In his debut novel Waste, Andrew F Sullivan drags us down the dark and desolate streets of Larkhill, Ontario, where we meet Jamie, who was once a high school bully, and Moses, a half hearted skinhead two angsty dudes who live shit lives in a shit town working shit jobs Moses hitches a ride home with Jamie one night and the two Read 1 21 16 to 1 23 163 Stars Recommended to readers who don t mind a slow start and time spent on secondary charactersPages 256Publisher DzancReleases March 2016In his debut novel Waste, Andrew F Sullivan drags us down the dark and desolate streets of Larkhill, Ontario, where we meet Jamie, who was once a high school bully, and Moses, a half hearted skinhead two angsty dudes who live shit lives in a shit town working shit jobs Moses hitches a ride home with Jamie one night and the two of them end up hitting, and killing, a lion on a back road Rather than report the freak incident, they drag the body into the snow covered ditch and take off into the night What they don t know is that some men are looking for that lion, large men with long beards who carry pow...


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    Disclosure Andrew Sullivan and I are internet friendly, but, to quote Nick Hornby, I don t know him so well that I had to read his book, if you see what I mean Waste is great, dark grit lit, and it s no surprise that it s blurbed by Donald Ray Pollock and Craig Davidson this is Canada s answer to Pollock s The Devil All the Time and Knockemstiff Or, if you like, an ultra dark version of the film Burn After Reading there s that same sense of piled up incompetence and people with their ow Disclosure Andrew Sullivan and I are internet friendly, but, to quote Nick Hornby, I don t know him so well that I had to read his book, if you see what I mean Waste is great, dark grit lit, and it s no surprise that it s blurbed by Donald Ray Pollock and Craig Davidson this is Canada s answer to Pollock s The Devil All the Time and Knockemstiff Or, if you like, an ultra dark version of the film Burn After Reading there s that same sense of piled up incompetence and people with their own agendas colliding view spoiler Logan s murdered father ending up in the bin at the slaughterhouse, to be discovered by an utterly bewildered and terrified Jamie the fact that the lion is in the novel at all because of a hilariously stupid ...


  4. says:

    This unusual and challenging debut novel, set in 1989 in fictional Larkhill, Ontario, has an urban apocalypse, post civilization vibe It s written as if its characters moral signposts have been obliterated by some cataclysmic event, and all that s left to guide these people through their days are their immediate needs, urges and appetites Andrew Sullivan begins his story with a scene of torture and murder, followed by a lethal encounter between a car and a lion on a road that runs through an This unusual and challenging debut novel, set in 1989 in fictional Larkhill, Ontario, has an urban apocalypse, post civilization vibe It s written as if its characters moral signposts have been obliterated by some cataclysmic event, and all that s left to guide these people through their days are their immediate needs, urges and appetites Andrew Sullivan begins his story with a scene of torture and murder, followed by a lethal encounter between a car and a lion on a road that runs through an industrial wasteland After this, anything goes and pretty much does The plot blends characteristics of two classic forms the revenge tragedy and the quest, though sometimes it s not entirely clear who s seeking revenge against whom and why, and who is in quest of what exactly To be fair, logic isor less beside the point and absurdity abounds in these pages The laughs, ...


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    I wrote a review of WASTE at Alternating Current This is a portion of said review Despite Waste s lowbrow trappings, Sullivan has written a deeply moral tale The plot is secondary The A to B, above, is not what s important What is important is to consider every life in this book every life spent, abused, trashed, and burned This is not a farfetched book It s our world, with a slight bent to the sinister These lives are possible indeed, much of what Sullivan has written comes from records I wrote a review of WASTE at Alternating Current This is a portion of said review Despite Waste s lowbrow trappings, Sullivan has written a deeply moral tale The plot is secondary The A to B, above, is not what s important What is important is to consider every life in this book every life spent, abused, trashed, and burned This is not a farfetched book It s our world, with a slight bent to the sinister These lives are possible indeed, much of what Sullivan has written comes from records of actual events And like real life, sometimes you don t learn from events so much as you witness them That s what Sullivan has done here He s stood witness to people lost and forgotten, the dross of capitalism, the runoff of greed.Waste asks of its reader what it asked of its author See what happens in the everyday grinding of the gears of this world Remember it Be sickened Just don t be okay with it In the early pages of the book, Moses is relaying the contents of a TV show to...


  6. says:

    This charming little tale set in 1989 Toronto will warm the cockles of your heart just kidding This is brutal, wildly inventive prose The gore factor is very high with this novel, nonstop carnage The mood is one of absolute desolation and hopelessness Sullivan masterfully layers in detail and there a...


  7. says:

    The author has stated in that the scenes of violence in the book are based on a lot of research, and one can imagine that he also received some knowledge of breaking and cutting bone and tissue during his time working at a meat plant This shows The book takes place in the fictional city of Larkhill, Ontario But so many have commented that this city is based on Sullivan s home town of Oshawa, Ontario, that he may as well have named the...


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    Trek Canadian icy way where the frenzied moon begins to draw the light away from the tundra a fantastical phenomena playing out with incredible speedsilver rays of light are retracted skyward as if being jerked by an unseen spring joined in ascent to form greatiridescent shafts, slamming into the moon with devastating ferocity and it seems that the moon will be pushed from the night sky into another cosmos, never to orbit the earth again but, she holds her ground and burns a bright platinum heat Trek Canadian icy way where the frenzied moon begins to draw the light away from the tundra a fantastical phenomena playing out with incredible speedsilver rays of light are retracted skyward as if being jerked by an unseen spring joined in ascent to form greatiridescent shafts, slamming into the moon with devastating ferocity and it seems that the moon will be pushed from the night sky into another cosmos, never to orbit the earth again but, she holds her ground and burns ...


  9. says:

    Sullivan weaves a great mise en scene with this book by going from descriptions to thoughts conversations of one of the characters In taking one s time in reading the book, we get a feel of a general situation and understand why the characters are pus...


  10. says:

    Jesus this is the bleakest thing I ve ever read Set in a fictional Oshawa in the late eighties, it follows a bunch of wrecks of white trash people as they muddle through their wasted lives in a wasted city with violence and gore and black, black comedy.It s a deep dive into the wreck of the industrial suburb Bad things just continually happen, awful coincidences bring people together, and it ends badly for most It s a helluva microcosm to throw on the page and I can t say it s a particularly Jesus this is the bleakest thing I ve ever read Set in a fictional Oshawa in the late eighties, it follows a bunch of wrecks of white trash people as they muddle through their wasted lives in a wasted city with violence and gore and black, black comedy.It s a deep dive into the wreck of the industrial suburb Bad things just continually happen, awful coincidences bring people together, and it ends badly for most It s a helluva microcosm to throw on the page and I can t say it s a particularly pleasant read, but it s very effective at what it s going for which is to convince you of the hopelessness that suffocates a town once it s forgotten by the economy and society in general.Sullivan is a very talented writer, which makes the continued assault on light and good at least somewhat bearable Though it also makes the grotesquerie that mucheffective I d...

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