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STUPID FLIES [BOOKS] ⚦ STUPID FLIES ✰ Marshall Street – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Stuffed and broke And why Schemin neighbours from hell Prince Duane and the whore from Ukraine Nastia Bet she got the shock of her life when she laid eyes on him first time, haw Old enough to be her g Stuffed and broke And why Schemin neighbours from hell Prince Duane and the whore from Ukraine Nastia Bet she got the shock of her life when she laid eyes on him first time, haw Old enough to be her grandfather And his rundown old farm Mary must be turning in her grave the state it s in First wife, far too good for him she was Killed, poor woman He wouldn t ve I don t suppose but you d never know with that slimy evil the stories he told out on that sleeper camp Turn your guts What he said about those two, Maureen and Doreen, rape it was, mongrel bred dog Someone should have shot him for that.

    Kindle Edition Í STUPID FLIES PDF Ê was Killed, poor woman He wouldn t ve I don t suppose but you d never know with that slimy evil the stories he told out on that sleeper camp Turn your guts What he said about those two, Maureen and Doreen, rape it was, mongrel bred dog Someone should have shot him for that."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 316 pages
  • STUPID FLIES
  • Marshall Street
  • English
  • 07 January 2019

About the Author: Marshall Street

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10 thoughts on “STUPID FLIES

  1. Liz Vinc Liz Vinc says:

    STUPID FLIES is a novel that follows a cast of dynamic, often gritty characters in rural Australia The novel is set against the backdrop of a feud between farmers, exploring its characters with heavy use of internal monologue and stream of consciousness writing style The writing style is truly no holds barred You get an unfiltered look at each characters thoughts as raw and course as they may be As I read each character s stream of thoughts, with a variety of course descriptions and somet STUPID FLIES is a novel that follows a cast of dynamic, often gritty characters in rural Australia The novel is set against the backdrop of a feud between farmers, exploring its characters with heavy use of internal monologue and stream of consciousness writing style The writing style is truly no holds barred You get an unfiltered look at each characters thoughts as raw and course as they may be As I read each character s stream of thoughts, with a variety of course descriptions and sometimes strong language, I was reminded a bit of James Joyce s Ulysses a compliment, as this is one of my favorite books Through a mosaic of character experiences, you get the plot a gripping tale of allegiance, conflict, and growth I d recommend this book to you if you want to read a character driven novel that employs descriptive writing to create a patchwork narrative, woven from the lives of realistic characters

  2. Cassandra Webb Cassandra Webb says:

    Give this book a go I ll admit it s not my normal read, usually what I read has magic and fantasy in there somewhere But Marshall asked me to give it a read, and the first few chapters took some concentration There s quite a bit to take in and the grammar style is unusual for me But then I read this line Life Struggle from one kick in the guts to the next Like if the receptionist chucked sand in your eyes before you went in to see the dentist Will take your mind off the needles How fuc Give this book a go I ll admit it s not my normal read, usually what I read has magic and fantasy in there somewhere But Marshall asked me to give it a read, and the first few chapters took some concentration There s quite a bit to take in and the grammar style is unusual for me But then I read this line Life Struggle from one kick in the guts to the next Like if the receptionist chucked sand in your eyes before you went in to see the dentist Will take your mind off the needles How fucken cruel It both made me think and made me chuckle which about sums up the whole book.Marshall s style is to present the reader with thought provoking prose, that slips in humor in unexpected places, often with a very Australian flavor to it.This is a read with adult content, though the style of book that it is, that won t surprise most readers I just like to pop that into my reviews because I ve also written reviews for children s and young adult books And I guess I m a little on the conservative side because the first mention of anything adult in a book makes me blush We start the story with Douglas Bruce Bones, who s now quite old and quite drunk or getting drunk or sobering up The story is told in such a way that the timeline is hard to keep straight but that adds to the atmosphere and is quite an enjoyable element in the read.Douglas has some skeletons in his closet, and the fact that he even calls himself Bones might be an intended pun His story is tightly woven in with the story of the town, and of the two properties Douglas s and his neighbors his tormentors.I liked the honesty in the book And the light in which the characters were drawn With few words young Alice and Daisy were painted with such clarity that it gave me a smile they re quite similar to most kids I know and yet unique to the story too.The big domestic between Ukrainian internet wife, Narcia, and her husband, Duane, was by far one of the most entertaining domestics I ve ever had the privilege of being witness to It was intense, and very life like, but had an element of poking fun to it through the narrators influence I m an Australian, and so I could connect with a lot of the mention of dust and the image of the Aussie put Some of the characters had minor accents, but with Marshall s stream of consciousness style of writing and his phonetic use of spelling, I found the accents really easy to understand and I don t usually say that I d recommend giving this book a go, even if it s not the normal genre that you read It will delight you, get you thinking, and if you re like me it might even leech into your dreams

  3. Holly Holly says:

    I ve spent all day trying to craft this review I don t really know where to start with it, so I m going to just list.What I DIDN T like about it The unconventional use of punctuation marks Instead of italics and speech marks, the author uses to denote internal thoughts, and to denote speech As someone who does editing freelance, this almost made my inner editor commit suicide But, once I learned to ignore it, it was easier The complete lack of definable genre.It s literary fiction, I ve spent all day trying to craft this review I don t really know where to start with it, so I m going to just list.What I DIDN T like about it The unconventional use of punctuation marks Instead of italics and speech marks, the author uses to denote internal thoughts, and to denote speech As someone who does editing freelance, this almost made my inner editor commit suicide But, once I learned to ignore it, it was easier The complete lack of definable genre.It s literary fiction, but it s hard to tell whether or not it s also non fiction, a crime fiction, or a drama I know it s something, and the fact that I don t know what it is has been niggling at my brain I m just going to call it Surreal Experimental , and that s it Bill Bones internal thoughts He s written to speak normally, but thinks in literal spelling, his words spelt the way you say them That pretty much did kill my inner editor, by the end Things I DID like It pushes the bounds.Without a definable genre, Stupid Flies can fall anywhere, do anything, and still get it right It s surreal Like, super surreal It ssurreal than anything I ve ever read And I did a Surreal and Experimental Literature unit at University It gets Australia right.As someone who has lived three quarters of a mile from the sun for most of her life Also known to the rest of the world as Ouse Tray Lee Ah , it s great to see a bit of Australian fiction actually being Australian, and not an Americanised version of it Even after I put it down, I m still thinking about it And that doesn t usually happen Normally, I prefer to read things a lot less heavy So there you go I recommend you read it and put your own thoughts to it You never know what you ll find

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