[Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE

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review Amberville 103 Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys What does it mean to be bad Eric Bear has it all a successful career a beautiful wife a blissful home He knows he's been lucky; a while back his life revolved around drugs gambling a gang of stuffed animal thugs and notorious crime boss Ni. Eric now an adult and a successful advertising executive has been successful in putting his reckless and somewhat criminal youthful indiscretions behind him At least that s what he thought But then the local kingpin he once worked for shows up with a non negotiable proposition Find the hit list that his name is rud to be on and remove it from the list Otherwise he will kill Eric s girlfriend Now Eric must get the old gang back together and track down the Death List at any costA compelling and straight forward plot The big twist Eric the crime boss and all of the other characters in the book are stuffed animals They live in a world completely populated by stuffed animals in which the young and old are delivered and taken away by pick up trucks It is definitely an interesting plot twist But is it necessaryThe idea isn t completely original The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse Who Framed Roger Rabbit The Big Over Easy A Nursery Crime Meet the Feebles but that doesn t mean it isn t good It just means that the author might want to approach the concept from an original angleTim Davys does but he unfortunately decides to play it straight The idea of stuffed animals in a detective mystery novel begs for plenty of sarcastic tongue in cheek humor but Amberville avoids silly humor and instead relies on the subtle absurdities a small stuffed dove as a crime kingpin for example to deliver the humor on their own which they never really manage to do Even the author s approach to the way characters are named in Amberville simply a first name followed by the type of stuffed animal they are shows a lack of desire to truly have fun with the concept In short things that should be comical or farcical are just as boring as they would be in the real worldThe result is a story that could easily be translated into a realistic non fantasy setting and written as a straight hardboiled noir novel Amberville doesn t necessarily fail at making the concept work it just doesn t fully convince the reader that fantastical setting was crucial to the storyAmberville is supposed to reveal truths about human nature morality religion and the concepts of good and evil by having stuffed animals act out the scenarios in which these philosophical debates occur This is where the book does fail much in the same way that White Man s Burden failed Changing reality in some ironic or absurd way might seem deep and meaningful at first But unless there are other connections on multiple levels all that you are left with is an overused gimmickAmberville is a good book It has a compelling story interesting characters and enough twists and turns to keep a mystery lover interested until the end It just doesn t uite manage to be what it wanted to be and that s what keeps it from being a great book The Vault Guide to the Case Interview revolved around drugs gambling a gang of stuffed animal thugs and notorious crime boss Ni. 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review Amberville 103 Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys To the best of noir and the wisest of allegories and interlaced with greed and gangsters Amberville depicts an alternate world that mirrors our own realities and moral concerns and reminds us of the inextricable link between good and evil. Someone claimed that this book maybe a mixture of The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler and Animal Farm by George Orwell I really doubt The Heartbroken Heartbreaker realities and moral concerns and Rory and Sebastian reminds us of the inextricable link between good and evil. Someone claimed that this book maybe a mixture of The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler and Animal Farm by George Orwell I Make Something really doubt

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review Amberville 103 Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys Cholas Dove But the past isn't as far away as Eric had hoped Rumors are swirling that Dove is on the Death List and that he wants Eric to save him If Eric fails to act his beloved wife Emma Rabbit will be torn apart limb by limb With a nod. I was a little disappointed in this oneIt has a great concept a really neat conceit to use the phrase I like to use A sordid city full of stuffies come to life a noir vision of love and betrayal where Eric a tough talking teddy bear and Emma the bunny who is his sometimes disturbingly aloof lady love can make a life together in Amberville one of the four color coded uadrants of Mollisan Town at least until the even tougher talking gangster Nicholas Dove comes with his two gorillas one of them bright red to advance a proposition that Eric dare not refuse ButBut it didn t really grab me The prose just seemed stolid its short sentences choppy and rigid instead of laconic and punchy like a good two fisted detective novel This might be an issue with the translation I discovered after finishing that this book was translated from Swedish But also while the initial idea was great and there were occasional flashes of brilliance in how it was executed I m thinking in particular of a scene involving an effective if gruesome method of intimidating a bunch of cotton stuffed toughs the parts never seemed to hang together very well I never really got a sense of scale of the size of the stuffed animals in relation to their city nor did I get that feeling of yes I would never have thought of it but this is how it must be which comes from a well constructed fantasy world with its own strong internal consistencyTake the very name Amberville for example it doesn t seem to have any significance beyond being a way to separate Mollisan Town s neighborhoods And if there is any intentional connection between Mollisan s four color coded uadrants and the four colors of the Land of Oz it is never made at all clear There are parts here that are brilliant parts that are fascinating but they just don t add up to a coherent wholeI won t say this is a bad book and I m sure it ll find its niche among people who are hungry for this sort of experiment I just didn t get what I wanted out of it


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    [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE This novel reminded of the tale of the em

  2. says: Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys characters Amberville

    [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys This is one of the top five weirdest books I have ever read It takes place in a world of stuffed animals but that has both almost no bearing on the story and is key to the main plot What I mean is that it's never revealed that actually they're toys in a toystore or a messed up version of the 100 Acre Woods The fact that they are stuffed animals is not part of some plot twist The thought that it might be a twist kept dist

  3. says: Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE

    [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE Eric now an adult and a successful advertising executive has been successful in putting his reckless and somewhat criminal youthful indiscretions behind him At least that's what he thought But then the local kingpin he once worked for shows up with a non negotiable proposition Find the hit list that his name is rud to be on and remove it from the list Otherwise he will kill Eric's girlfriend Now Eric must get the old g

  4. says: Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE

    Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys characters Amberville Well this is uite an oddity – a noir thriller with a cast of stuffed animals The story goes like this Eric Bear has a happy life married to the beautiful Emma Rabbit and with a good job in advertising But in his past Eric was involv

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    [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE I was a little disappointed in this oneIt has a great concept a really neat conceit to use the phrase I like to use A sordid city full of stuffies come to life a noir vision of love and betrayal where Eric a tough talking teddy bear and Emma the bunny who is his sometimes disturbingly aloof lady love can make a life together in A

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    characters Amberville [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE Amberville tries to be a lot of things It is a gritty gangster drama a fantasy world of stuffed animals living human like lives and a allegory about good and evil For the most part it is entertaining in a dark Animal Farm way Yet the author is simply doing too much in one tale It is even uestionable whether this particular story benefits at all from placing it in a fantasy setting I liked it but eventually became annoy

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    [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download Someone claimed that this book maybe a mixture of The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler and Animal Farm by George Orwell I really doubt

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    [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download A fictional book about fur animals that have a life of their own they live in a big city divided into four uarters animals are married workers and do all kinds of things that we humans do The story intertwined wit

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    [Amberville] EBOOK / KINDLE I came to this book in a unusual way My first novel The Terror and the Tortoiseshell about a world which has been taken over by mutated animals was reviewed by Publishers Weekly and in its summation mentioned that my book bore superficial si

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    Tim Davys ↠ 3 read & download characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Tim Davys characters Amberville Amberville part 3 of Tim Davys' Mollisan Town uartet is a slightly offbeat mildly disturbing thought provoking entertaining read It touches on the nature of life and death mistaken identity law and order and good and evil all viewed through the perspective of stuffed animalsYes you read that right Stuffed animals Mollisan Town is

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  • Hardcover
  • 352
  • Amberville
  • Tim Davys
  • English
  • 14 January 2018
  • 9780061625121