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Egg Dancing

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  • Title: Egg Dancing
  • Author: Liz Jensen
  • ISBN: 9780879516451
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Hardcover

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Egg Dancing

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  1. I came to this novel having previously read Liz Jensen s recent works, The Ninth Life of Louis Drax, and My Dirty Little Book of Stolen Time Egg Dancing is her first novel.Egg Dancing is an original weave of psychiatry, obstetrics, genetics, science fiction, dystopia and religion in this comic thriller, which has multiple points of confusion and story turns for the reader Egg Dancing has many laugh out loud moments, appealing to my black sense of humour, and the novel is on occasions quite touc [...]



  2. Linda, you re obsessed Off with them Linda Off with them she bossed, leaning on the back of a chair and wrenching off her own suede Hush Puppies Sometimes there s no point arguing with Linda It s a question of energy levels We went through to the bathroom, where we stood barefoot next to each other in front of the mirror, levelling our big toes along a line of grouting Linda put a copy of Assertiveness and You on her head to confirm she was the taller By a good five centimetres, I reassured her [...]


  3. There s nobody quite like Liz Jensen and this, her debut, ranks amongst one of the weirdest books I ve ever read Is it supposed to be about the destructive nature of families, how God and Mammon are scarcely distinguishable, or just because science can achieve something doesn t mean it should It also has lots to say about the status of women over a certain age, with or without children It doesn t help that Linda, the older, childless sister is such a bitch that no one could stand to be in the sa [...]


  4. I m not really sure why I m continuing on my read every book by Liz Jensen quest I suppose it s because although I ve realised all her books are essentially the same zany plot, competent writing, comedic characters and not anything I am going to elevate to the status of instant favourite , I know where I am with them They are like having a baked tattie with cheese for dinner unexciting but bound to be at least moderately satisfying that s the first and last metaphor in this review, honest This, [...]


  5. Maybe 2.5.It was OK Genuinely OK.I mean, if it s going to be a bit of a genetic tampering, over the top characterization, Jesus involved story and you re NOT going to involve zombies It s going to be tricky to get above OK in my book.And this book didn t.I think maybe if Linda HADN T given herself a manicure in the office including clipping her nails and I then pictured it, and I then cringed and I then lost interest in continuing the story or sympathizing with her, I might have bumped to 2.5.Ma [...]


  6. Oh My God How many writers have than one style of writing Narrow it down to modern writers, and Liz Jensen definitely makes the shortlist One should read this book and The Ninth Life of Louis Drax back to back to get the full extent of her wonderful versatility with comedy and emotion Let me just say that the scene in which Linda pelts Carmichael with eggs made me both laugh and cry at the same time The last time the emotion in a book really got to me was in the last scenes of Solzhenitsyn s Ca [...]


  7. Well written satire by Liz Jensen author of the novel The Ninth Life of Louis Drax on which the recent film of the same name is based I will be reading of her work in the future Very Good read


  8. A wrecked family story filled with revenge and delusions The characters are well developed and interesting Towards the half of the book I kind of lost track The story gets less solid from there on A funny ish, strange book about creating the Perfect Baby drug and the resistance to it.


  9. Bit of a rollercoaster read this one, but as previous experience with Liz Jensen, it was dramatic, funny and thought provoking Although totally out of this world Maybe One would hope.


  10. Gave up after page 38 Really wasn t for me I couldn t get my head around this one.



  11. The concept for this book was really interesting, but I felt myself constantly waiting for the book to get better which it never did I could take it or leave it Probably just leave it.


  12. This was weird and I really couldn t get into it It was supposed to be full of black humor and zany situations but instead there were just a bunch of pregnant women and hospital conspiracies.


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