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Ebook ➥ The Cranes That Build the Cranes Author Jeremy Dyson – Bogou.us

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Ebook ➥ The Cranes That Build the Cranes  Author Jeremy Dyson – Bogou.us
  • Hardcover
  • 215 pages
  • The Cranes That Build the Cranes
  • Jeremy Dyson
  • English
  • 11 February 2019
  • 9781408700877

    10 thoughts on “Ebook ➥ The Cranes That Build the Cranes Author Jeremy Dyson – Bogou.us

  1. says:

    This was what he was like His own actions were mysterious to him He made himself feel sick There are some works of fiction which readers will take to heart in spite of their quality This is an unpredictable, unreliable process, and it is probably what certain people are talking about when they declare at all opinions about art are subjective but they themselves know what they like, of course, and might even press upon you some treasured volume, their eyes full of hope But when you read that book, it s just as likely as not that you ll fail to see what they saw in it It is almost not enough to say it just wasn t for you likely your eyes simply glazed over those passages which, to them, triggered some long dormant dream.This is much how I feel about The Cranes That Build the Cranes by Jeremy Dyson Part of me wants to press the stories collected in this book on everyone I know, even while I m unsure that anyone I know would actually enjoy them For one thing, they are mostly what is sometimes called weird fiction, or horror stories And some people are squeamish about such things But it isn t just that As stories, they are excellent examples of their type, but the real problem and their ...

  2. says:

    There were a couple of creepy stories here, but generally they were all far too long, with an awful lot of preamble for not a lot of payoff.

  3. says:

    A mildly entertaining collection of macabre stories, penned by the co writer of The League of Gentleman and Funland the latter being a little remembered BBC TV miniseries which I absolutely loved A quick read and often intriguing, but patchy I didn t like the first story, Isle of the Wolf , at all it was too obvious, tried too hard to shock and the message was heavy handed Thankfully, most of the rest were better, with particular stand outs being The Challenge Club an unremarkable accountant is invited to join an exclusive private club and quickly finds himself sucked into its debauched world and The Cou a collector of oddities is offered the chance to buy a particularly curious object I found the subject matter and execution interesting enough that I would still read something else by Dyson indeed, it was while s...

  4. says:

    The Cranes That Built the Cranes How horror has changed over the years from the gorefests of the 1970 s to 1980 s body horror and now the living dead walk the earth on primetime TV seemingly unstoppable.But there is a new strand of horror in which there s an unsettling atmosphere, a strong sense of the world having gone slightly askew and that the reader is seeing it as in a shattered mirror with different images are shaped by the jagged edges of its shards.I really enjoyed The Haunted Book which was Jeremy Dyson s recent collection of short stories The Crane that Build the Cranes is its predecessor and in reading the 9 stories that make up this collection I had a strong and real sense of a writer beginning to find his feet and his inspirations.Like most collections there are some stories that I preferred to others This is because there were a couple that felt like sketches for stories and so didn t feel fully realized and there was one that I would have liked to have been longer This was the first one, The Isle of The Wolf, in which a very wealthy property developer called David Spotpal laptops spelled backwards has an obsessional fear of becoming the victim of violent crime Eventually he s able to buy his own private island and employ a rising and expensive architect, Franz Fenster, to build him a crime proof home All goes well...

  5. says:

    Ik lees graag korte verhalen maar deze bundel viel tegen In verhalen als Island of the Wolf en Yani s Day slaagt Dyson er bijna in om een goed, haast gothic, verhaal te schrijven maar de rest blijft binnen de gebaande paden alle plotwendingen zijn vanaf blz 1 te voorspellen.

  6. says:

    This book from the silent partner from Britain s The League of Gentlemen gives prospective writers hope all you have to do to get your books published ishelp create a popular television show Now, that s not meant as a bash on Dyson s talents or this book at all The stories herein are competently written, interesting and thoroughly readable But they re not anything terribly special, and I have almost no doubt they wouldn t have been given a second look by publishers book or magazine without the name attached to them.Given that, one does not have to be a fan of Dyson or The League to enjoy this book, but it certainly wouldn t hurt These stories are infused with the same darkness, humour and twisted sensibilities that made The League what they are were My only real beef with his tales are that, t...

  7. says:

    I don t normally read collections of short stories and this reminded me why A couple of the stories are very good indeed and a couple are really very poor The rest are somewhere in the middle Comparisons...

  8. says:

    This was amazing Apart from a couple of stories I felt didn t really unravel as fully as they could which keeps me from giving it top score , there are some brilliant moments I ll surely remember vividly Also, Dyson is a boss at character development I ll be reading him again some time.

  9. says:

    I was a bit disappointed since it had great reviews However, some of the stories stand out even if they sound like something from Tales of the Bleeding Obvious.

  10. says:

    Modern horror suspense short fiction from one of the minds behind The League of Gentlemen Artfully written, literary without being pretentious.

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