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Black Swan Green From Award Winning Writer David Mitchell Comes A Sinewy, Meditative Novel Of Boyhood On The Cusp Of Adulthood And The Old On The Cusp Of The NewBlack Swan Green Tracks A Single Year In What Is, For Thirteen Year Old Jason Taylor, The Sleepiest Village In Muddiest Worcestershire In A Dying Cold War England,But The Thirteen Chapters, Each A Short Story In Its Own Right, Create An Exquisitely Observed World That Is Anything But Sleepy A World Of Kissingeresque Realpolitik Enacted In Boys Games On A Frozen Lake Of Nightcreeping Through The Summer Backyards Of Strangers Of The Tabloid Fueled Thrills Of The Falklands War And Its Human Toll Of The Cruel, Luscious Dawn Madden And Her Power Hungry Boyfriend, Ross Wilcox Of A Certain Madame Eva Van Outryve De Crommelynck, An Elderly Bohemian Emigr Who Is Both And Less Than She Appears Of Jason S Search To Replace His Dead Grandfather S Irreplaceable Smashed Watch Before The Crime Is Discovered Of First Cigarettes, First Kisses, First Duran Duran LPs, And First Deaths Of Margaret Thatcher S Recession Of Gypsies Camping In The Woods And The Hysteria They Inspire And, Even Closer To Home, Of A Slow Motion Divorce In Four SeasonsPointed, Funny, Profound, Left Field, Elegiac, And Painted With The Stuff Of Life, Black Swan Green Is David Mitchell S Most Subtlest And Effective Achievement To Date

10 thoughts on “Black Swan Green

  1. says:

    I m about to start gushing over this book now, so look out I may end up stammering my way through this review, but if I do, just consider it a tribute to Jason Taylor.So Black Swan Green This is the first David Mitchell book I ve read but I assure you, it will not be the last I loved everything about this book I RELATED to everyth

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    The world unmakes stuff faster than people can make it. Month by month our lives spiral forth into the future, with each moment shaping who we are and who we will become It is no wonder that the pivotal years of adolescence, the stage of development classified by Erik Erikson as the Identity vs Role Confusion stage, is fertile land for nov

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    Sometimes I look forward to reviewing a book other times it can feel like an unwanted chore, like mopping the floor This falls into the latter category Not because I didn t enjoy it I did but because I can t find much to say about it It s about a thirteen year old boy who is bullied at school As a parent boys are difficult at thirteen The spontaneity

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    I have a soft spot for coming of age books So whenever I start a coming of age, I keep chanting, please be good I hate it when I don t like such story as I think they are beautiful, if written in right way, and perhaps one of the hardest kind to write It s difficult to capture the emotions of an adolescent It s such a tender age where kids are coming to terms

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    I think it was the summer between eighth and ninth grades that I had an absolutely hellish summer camp experience For whatever reason I got branded as the person to pick on and just about everything that I did was turned into a series of jokes at my expense I haven t thought of this experience in quite sometime, it s sort of one of those things that I just don t dwell o

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    Rating 1.5 of five p66 Strike one Teenaged protagonist.Strike two, and ball one of strike three Majgicqk Or something like it.Strike three David Mitchell s writing reminds me of all the MFA program writing I ve ever read.I thought The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet and Cloud Atlas were disorganized, and NO I did NOT misunderstand the fractured POV he used, I thought he did a p

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    I have failed to understand why this novel is sometimes disregarded even by Mitchell s admirers Because Mitchell accustomed us with his earlier works to something bizarre and flamboyant Because Black Swan Green is so ordinary Adolescence is a real torture, especially for sensitive, smart but morbidly lacking of self confidence one And so Jason is Thirteen year old from some jerkwater to

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    David Mitchell is known for dazzling innovation and dizzying ambition Intricately structured novels such as Cloud Atlas and Ghostwritten are grand kaleidoscopes of intersecting voices and places This book is a change of pace, however It focuses on a single character in a single location But despite its narrowed scope, it is no less powerful or captivating than his other works.Jason Taylor is our her

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    Just as I opened the cover of the book, I was hit by a barrage of praise for the book comments May be I should have stopped right there But I didn t Hence this review.When I watch a Hollywood movie or a TV show involving American schools, I see schoolkids overly concerned with social status and pecking order There are these popular and cool kids, then there are nerds and other such stereotypes They have to co

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    A Spelling TestI kept this book on the shelf for a few years, before thinking I was ready to read it I didn t want to break the spell of the first two David Mitchell books that I had read I didn t really like Cloud Atlas and I was a bit apprehensive about the subject matter of a young teenage boy Ultimately, it was very much a book of two halves for me Teenage Mates LandThe first half captured male teenagerdom in the p

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