Yeats Is Dead A Mystery by 15 Irish Writers PDF/EPUB

Roddy Doyle Conor McPherson Gene Kerrigan Gina Moxley Marian Keyes Anthony Cronin Owen O’Neill Hugo Hamilton Joseph O’Connor Tom Humphries Pauline McLynn Charlie O’Neill Donal O’Kelly Gerard Stembridge and Frank McCourtFifteen of Ireland’s brightest and most entertaining authors came together to benefit Amnesty International–resulting in this raucous raunchy and diabolically entertaining mulligan stew of a novel Yeats is Dead is an elaborate mystery centered around the search for something valuable and precious than anything else in Ireland–an unpublished manuscript by James Joyce A madcap chase ensues spiced with the shenanigans of a spectacular array of characters a sadistic sergeant with the unlikely name of Andy Andrews a urinal paddy salesman and the unforgettable Mrs Bloom a woman “who had tried everything but drew the line at honesty” Gratuitously violent and completely hilarious Yeats is Dead is an out of control tale of lust and literature that packs big laughs and an even bigger body count


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    Yeats is Dead A Mystery by Fifteen Irish Writers is undoubtedly intriguing in theory In practice this magical mystery tour of a book isn't so much magical as it is a nebulous clot of messy plot lines a catalog of cartoonish characters and an ultimately unsatisfactory readRoddy Doyle begins the novel in typical Roddy Doyle fashion which was an excellent choice because his writing is so delightfully vague and dialogue heavy that it provides the next few writers with the ideal slate to push the story forward in any direction they choose However a handful of chapters follow in which too many new characters are introduced and subsequently end up dead seriously this is an issue with fifteen different writers working on a mystery everyone wants to leave their mark by creating a new characterplot linecorpse The late beginning of the book pun intended and through the middle were admittedly difficult to trudge throughThen we get to Pauline McLynn's chapter which is so delightful and funny it was clear she realized that by that point in the book there were so many disjointed plot details and entirely too many characters that she would have no issue at all throwing several wrenches or massive tools into everyone else's boxes for those of you who get the reference into everyone's carefully crafted story contributions Her chapter is so refreshingly ridiculous that it gives the reader a bit of hope or at least a bit will to push through to the end of the bookFrank McCourt finishes the book with the fifteenth chapter which clearly was not an easy task Like McLynn he deliberately makes a complete joke out of the book and everyone else's characters by forming them into even grotesque caricatures There was no saving the story at this point so he didn't he swiftly sent it to its grave thank GodI honestly don't know if I would recommend this read It's simultaneously entertaining and frustrating Unless you have a huge amount of patience or an ability to read the book as a study of what happens when you throw a lot of talent at a very strange project then I'd keep away Otherwise strap in because this one is a weird ride