Summary Ì A Ladder to the Sky ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF


A Ladder to the Sky

Summary Ì A Ladder to the Sky ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Pportunity a chance encounter with celebrated novelist Erich Ackermann He uickly ingratiates himself with the powerful but desperately lonely older man teasing out of Erich a terrible long held secret about his activities during the war Perfect material for Maurice's first novel Once Maurice has had a taste of literary fame. THIS BOOK WOWED ME Meet Maurice Swift whose single purpose in life is to become a famous novelist Beware Maurice is a story thief He will steal your stories and in essence your soul Maurice will do whatever it takes to get to the top but he was one major problem standing in his way he lacks creativity While he can write his stories are boringEver the resourceful one Maurice uses his physical beauty and charm to leach onto famous writers not to learn from them but rather to steal from them Maurice is a story thief he uses people for their ideas and throws them away when he gets what he needs He sucks people s souls right out from under them draining them to the point where they have nothing left to offer the literary world It all begins in Berlin in 1980 when renowned novelist Erich Ackermann first spots Maurice working as a waiter at the Savoy Drawn to Maurice s beauty Erich lures him into becoming his assistant and believes that they have a true connection But their connection slowly crumbles as Maurice is only using Erich for a storyand what a story he steals This seems to be Maurice s first act of destruction When he is done with Erich he simply discards him and moves onto his next victim doing ANYTHING and I mean anything to get the stories that he needs Once he has achieved his first conuest he continues to take and take and take One wonders if all of his stealing will ever catch up with himTold in three parts by three different narrators along with some interludes woven in A Ladder to the Sky details Maurice s rise to the top I too was enthralled with Maurice As much as I despised him I was intrigued by him and couldn t wait to see what he was going to do to keep his status Maurice s character is brilliantly crafted it was as if I was pulled into the pages by Maurice even before I got to experience his voice which says a lot about Boyne s writing ability Boyne s writing is top notch Intricately plotted filled with sharp wit and multi dimensional complex characters I was completely riveted while reading this I found A Ladder to the Sky to be an absurdly interesting critiue on the literary world While I had a sense of how things would turn out in the end for Maurice I could not predict the lengths that he would go to keep his fame I loved every moment of this book It s not a happy story but it certainly is an alluring one that got under my skin This is by far the best book I have read in 2018 I finished it some time ago and still cannot stop thinking about it I highly highly recommend I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and Crown Publishing in exchange for an honest review Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods older man teasing Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche out Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, #1) of Erich a terrible long held secret about his activities during the war Perfect material for Maurice's first novel Once Maurice has had a taste Mensa Riddles Conundrums of literary fame. 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Summary Ì A Ladder to the Sky ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Maurice Swift is handsome charming and hungry for success The one thing he doesn't have is talent but he's not about to let a detail like that stand in his way After all a would be writer can find stories anywhere They don't need to be his own Working as a waiter in a West Berlin hotel in 1988 Maurice engineers the perfect o. I personally love reading books and straddling that fine line between loving the book and wishing you could unhinge your jaw and a swarm of locusts fly out of your mouth to attack the book My feelings for this book are still flashing like a flipped coin end over end hate love hate love hate love endlessly combining and recombining in the ceaseless effort at making sense I feel morally and legally obligated to spread the good gospel about this story but I don t want anyone to make the false assumption that I took pleasure in this reading experience In fact the first thing to spill out right after I turned that last page was a long string of four letter words that I m not going to deploy Just know that Maurice Swift best be glad he doesn t exist because if I ever met him I was going to punch him in multiple painful places So what s this book about Maurice Swift wants to be a famous novelist The desire to reach literary celebrity had never been so piercing But Maurice doesn t have an original story to tell unless you ram it down his throat Or in the case of Erich Ackermann Maurice pries into your breast with his charms and smiles and shucks it from you like oyster shellsErich a closeted German novelist whose latest novel was a huge success meets Maurice in a bar and invites him to assist him on his international book tour all in the spirit of hope for in the young Maurice Erich Ackermann s starved and stunted romantic feelings found a place to fix Erich tells Maurice the story of his youth in Nazi Germany and a terrible secret his mind had archived into a distant past and he does it all in good faith but Maurice keeps it in bad Maurice prowls at Erich s edges digs up the past looking for a crack inducing the old man to drag that festering memory into his mindbefore he churns it into his first acclaimed novel and wreaks havoc upon Erich s lifeUnfortunately Erich Ackermann s foolish heart is not the only one that had to be led away from his hopes to Maurice s Maurice draws in men and women who trust too easily and could not see into the cracks of the world as if he were winding up a thread before he snips that thread between them clean in half deciding to never look back This was his method cruel violent effective And I was chilled by itA Ladder to The Sky lit a hellfire in my heart The thought of this book mixes up rancor disgust violence and even affection into an intolerable brew I finished this book feeling as if the fragile filament that connected me to the real world fell slack all at once I felt dazed even exhausted feeling the trailing ends of the terrible things I d read and worse the ricochet of my brief brilliant joy when for an instant I really believed the story was taking the turn I d hoped for But the wrongness of the ending held me completely rooted Yet I found within myself rising through all the trepidation and horror a strange bubble of gladness A Ladder to The sky is dazzling in its complexity astounding in its fiendishness and astonishing in its sheer audacity Any summary can hardly do justice to the mind boggling complexity of the plot John Boyne is an elouent writer of provocative layered dialogue and descriptions and I often found myself so awed by individual pages that I had to cry out about them to hapless people around meMy mind felt needle pricked Each new twist threw me staggering and as I was tracing the implications of every new revelation my small sickly faith was eroding I read with wide eyes and sick fascination as Maurice snatched at every opportunity with clawed hands carving everyone he meets to their bones gathering up their weaknesses and setting them with the rest of his collection He mangles their emotions and they yield to his manipulations even as they feel for themselves a measure of the contempt Maurice feels for them That line from Villette said Dash uietly How does it go Where is the use of caring for him so very much He is full of faults Funny said Gore laughing a little I was thinking about Wuthering Heights earlier just before we met You know you ve gone off the deep end when you start obsessing about the Bront s There was such desperation in Maurice and it left me wanting to arm myself and put my back against a wall But I was angry too rage pulsing up from my core like the shock wave of a blast ripping through my horror My fury already blazing burned hotter when we finally get Maurice s account I really tried sifting his thoughts for glimpses that bore some semblance of goodness but they were a lyre with only one string and the note it played was his name I honestly don t think I ve ever despised a fictional character with such casanovian passionA deep penetration into the darkest and most harrowing corners of the human psyche A Ladder to the Sky is an exhilarating unsettling and invigoratingly original read You may not grasp it yet at least not consciously but you ll be so preoccupied with Boyle stirring such a storm in your mind that you won t notice he 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Summary Ì A Ladder to the Sky ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF He knows he can stop at nothing in pursuit of that high Moving from the Amalfi Coast where he matches wits with Gore Vidal to Manhattan and London Maurice hones his talent for deceit and manipulation preying on the talented and vulnerable in his cold blooded climb to the top But the higher he climbs the further he has to fal. A Ladder to the Sky by John Boyne is a 2018 Hogarth Press publication And you ve heard the old proverb about ambition haven t you He shook his head That it s like setting a ladder to the sky A pointless waste of energy Maurice Swift may be one of the most calculating literary characters in recent memory His goal is to be a great writer to win the big literary prize However he has no imagination of his own He can t outline a plot or create characters so he uses his good looks and charisma to draw stories from other people His first success comes from suckering the newly famous author Erich Ackermann a man who is totally smitten with Maurice into telling him stories about his life prior to becoming a well known and respected writer This pays off for Maurice uite well propelling him into the spotlight From this point on Maurice latches on to one author after another sucking everything out them and leaving broken hearts and tragedy in his wake He does this with malice aforethought without conscience without regret He is deliciously diabolical with a deviousness one can t help but compare to Mr Ripley This is my first novel by the famous Mr Boyne Yes you read that right I have not been tempted by his YA novel about a boy in striped PJ s but I did want to catch The Heart s Invisible Furies but will have to pick it sometime in the future My first impression of this author is one of astonishment This book is incredible I love dark humor and deep character studies and anything that pokes a satirical stick at the publishing industry always tickles me I m not sure why climbing into the mind of a sociopath is so mesmerizing but I was literally spellbound I couldn t turn away couldn t believe what I was reading It was utterly chilling Writers are all fascists We like to control the discourse and crush anyone who dares to disagree with usThe prose is exuisite especially considering the book is centered around such a despicable character The scary thing is that Boyne nails so many parts of this character and those who fall prey to his machinations as well as the environment that helped Maurice pull off his deceptions It was a little eerie to be honest but oh so fun I can t say much without delving into the plot but I can tell you this This is my kind of book I m so glad I managed to tuck this one in at the eleventh hour so I can add it as one of my favorite books of 2018 バガボンド 1 of that high Moving from the Amalfi Coast where he matches wits with Gore Vidal to Manhattan and London Maurice hones his talent for deceit and manipulation preying Расул Гамзатов Стихи on the talented and vulnerable in his cold blooded climb to the top But the higher he climbs the further he has to fal. 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  • A Ladder to the Sky
  • John Boyne
  • English
  • 23 February 2017
  • 9781984823014

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