(PDF DOWNLOAD) [Scream If You Want to Go Faster] Ö Russ Litten

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • Scream If You Want to Go Faster
  • Russ Litten
  • English
  • 22 March 2020
  • 9780434020706

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Scream If You Want to Go Faster review ´ 100 New kind of freedom Rose a 60 year old widow seeking a kindred spirit online is dealt a hand she hadn't bargained for while for Michelle and Darren it's the beginning of a haunted love affair that's struggling to escape its own pastAs the big wheel turns above them and the sky comes alive with noise and colour. dark and gritty novel based in the aftermath of the floods of hull in 2007 and interlinked are the stories of 10 people over a weekend visiting hull fair expressing their fearsdreams and a look at modern live with all its ups and downs

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Scream If You Want to Go Faster review ´ 100 Hull Fair October 2007 A city still drowning in the aftermath of summer floodwater prepares to wave farewell to Europe's biggest travelling carnival For six year old Billie Walton Street is a magical playground of wide eyed adventure For David and Denise the fading lights of the Fair signal the birth of a brand. Very enjoyableA whole cat of characters that lives were connected in some way set over a few daysHull fair parts a nice backdrops to the events around the citysome good little plot twiststhe last few chapters weren t uite as good veering into violence too much but nothing to graphic or indeed enough to detract from story

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Scream If You Want to Go Faster review ´ 100 Ten ordinary lives are brought together over a single weekend in the rain soaked city below Perfectly capturing the frenetic pace heartbreaking poignancy and simmering aggression of modern urban life Scream if You Want to Go Faster is a dark funny and abrasive novel from a stunning new voice in British fiction. Confession I am from Hull Anyone who has heard anything about Hull for those not in the UK Hull has on then one occasion undeservedly so IMHO featured in the book Crap Towns which should give you an idea of the esteem most British people hold Hull in will probably have certain unflattering opinions about Hull If they ve even heard of it that isBut one reason people DO flock to Hull each year is the World Famous Hull Fair which for one week and a day provides fun and adventure to people of all ages Providing your wallet is brimming of course It is this that provides the backdrop to Russ Litten s novel Scream if you want to go Faster a bleak and often tragic snapshot of the criss crossing lives of some of Hull s residents As someone from Hull it s always gratifying to read about streets I walk down and pubs I go in which is probably why I decided to read it That and Russ Litten came and spoke at my workplace recently leaving me feeling a bit ashamed I hadn t read it already NB if you ever have chance to hear him speak do it Inspiring and funny he will remind you of the joy of reading and writingSo first off if you re looking for a pleasant and cheerful read I wouldn t go for this Do not misunderstand me though that doesn t mean to say that it isn t enjoyable I loved every word of it However it is unlikely to lift your spirits It s not an easy read either the sheer volume of characters is at first difficult to get your head round and as some of them become intertwined you may find yourself going back to check out names It is not written in traditional chapters either with each section being a tiny POV snippet headed by location and time If you re used to speech marks as well forget it You do uickly get in to the flow of it though and you become excited to read the next part of the individual stories and the conseuences of the characters actions which all point to some impending disasterIt is also written in the Hull dialect which some may find a challenge Personally that was my favourite part Hearing phrases I hadn t used for years at times had me laughing out loud and gave me that little feeling of warmth you get when there s a burst of nostalgiaBut this is essentially a book about the people of Hull the normal folk trying to cope with their day to day lives often in very difficult situations which is captured beautifully by Litten where it could easily have fallen into caricature I look forward to reading from him