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े Hardcover Read @Eileen: A Novel For Free ॣ E-Pub Author Ottessa Moshfegh ত े Hardcover Read @Eileen: A Novel For Free ॣ E-Pub Author Ottessa Moshfegh ত Eileenis a remarkable piece of writing, always dark and surprising, sometimes ugly and occasionally hilarious Its first person narrator is one of the strangest, most messed up, most patheticand yet, in her own inimitable way, endearingmisfits Ive encountered in fiction Trust me, you have never read anything remotely like Eileen Washington PostWhat makes Moshfegh an important writerand I d even say crucialis that she is unlike any other author male, female, Iranian, American, etc And this sui generis quality is cemented by the singular savage suburban noir of Eileen Here is art that manages to reject artifice and yet be something wholly new and itself in sheer artistry The Los Angeles Times Eileenis anything but generic Eileen is as vivid and human as they come Moshfegh writes beautiful sentences One after the other they unwind playful, shocking, wise, morbid, witty, searingly sharp The beginning of this novel is so impressive, so controlled yet whimsical, fresh and thrilling, you feel she can do anything There is that wonderful tension between wanting to slow down and bathe in the language and imagery, and the impulse to race to see what happens, how it happens The New York Times Book ReviewThe great power of this book, which won the PEN Hemingway debut fiction award last month, is that Eileen is never simply a literary gargoyle she is painfully alive and human, and Ottessa Moshfegh writes her with a bravura wildness that allows flights of expressionistic fantasy to alternate with deadpan matter of factnessAs an evocation of physical and psychological squalor, Eileen is original, courageous and masterful The GuardianEnormously entertaining and funny A beautiful novel that tells the truth Bookforum An excellent debut novel How will Eileen get out of X ville Can she leave unscathed Why does she keep talking about her fathers gun Though readers will thoroughly delight in the way the answers unfold, they will be left with one lingering question What will Ottessa Moshfegh do next Boston GlobeCharmingly disturbing Delightfully dour Pleasingly perverse These are some of the oxymorons that ran through my mind as I read Eileen, Ottessa Moshfegh s intense, flavorful, remarkable new novel Funny awful might be another one I marveled at myself for enjoying the scenes I was witnessing, and wondered what dark magic the author had employed to make me smile at them NPRIf Jim Thompson had married Patricia Highsmith imagine that household they might have conspired together to dream up something like Eileen Its blacker than black and cold as an icicle Its also brilliantly realised and horribly funny John Banville A dark and unnerving debut Publishers WeeklyIt is in that gritty, claustrophobic atmosphere that Ms Moshfeghs talents are most apparent This young writer already possesses a remarkably sighted view into the bleakest alleys of the psyche Wall Street JournalWonderfully unsettling first novel When the denouement comes, its as shocking as it is thrilling Part of the pleasure of the book besides the almost killing tension is that Eileen is mordantly funny this tale belongs to both the past and future Eileen, a truly original character who is gloriously unlikable, dirty, startling and as ferociously human as the novel that bears her name San Francisco ChronicleRife with dark emotions and twisted fantasies, Moshfegh s psychological thriller is the sinister account of the reclusive Eileen, whose prospects for escape from her abysmal life take a turn for the worse when a friendship with a coworker spirals into obsession Oprah.com Eileenswaddles the reader in its dark and sinister mood Moshfegh s brilliant storytelling builds an almost sadistic level of suspense, so that you can t help but lean in and listen to the narrator, however despicable and repulsive her confession becomes.Sarah Hollenbeck, co owner of Women Children First bookstore, Chicago Eileenis a singular read, dark and funny and full of oft queasy truths, ones that may at first seem strange and disturbing, but then are not so far away from our own internal thoughts Eileen is quiet, awkward and lonely As Christmas approaches, she is desperate to leave her alcoholic father, her dismal home life and her mind numbing job at a boys correctional facility Enter her glamorous new friend Rebecca and suddenly Eileen is set on a path towards inevitable change, a suspenseful ride to the end Atmospheric, cinematic, and deliciously uncomfortably heartwarmingly pathetic in the best of ways.Melinda Powers, Bookshop Santa Cruz also sent in to Indie Next Eileenis unlike anything I ve read since, maybe, Patricia Highsmith a wholly captivating look at a character you re drawn towards in a strange, inexplicable alliance and from whom you can t easily part I find myself thinking about it still, months later, in the most unexpected ways Mosfegh has a way with the kind of imagery that brings her world into terrible, precise emotional focus, and the book builds like a slow avalanche What a pleasure to read Camden Avery, The Booksmith, San FranciscoTempting plot machinations aside, you should be reading Moshfegh because she writes incredible sentences, the kind that build and build to create a warped momentum you cant brake They create a harsh, blackly humorous world, like Mary Gaitskill, but less grave and with jokes GawkerLike The Woman Upstairs and Notes on a Scandal, Eileen turns on the symbiotic relationship between love and hate, hope and delusion, and for the reader repulsion and absolute absorption New York MagazineThe climax of Eileen is bizarre, creepy and oddly satisfying This novel does not fit neatly into a single genre Its protagonist is unlikable but fascinating, and ultimately sympathetic It is a masterly psychological drama that lingers, with a disquieting effect, in the reader s mind NewsdayThe young heroineif you can call her thatof Ottessa Moshfeghs chilling debut is exactly the kind of woman whom noir authors tended to summarily ignore Think of her as a Flannery OConnor character wandering around a Raymond Chandler novel Moshfegh uses that carefully constructed foundation to build a truly shocking ending, one youll never see coming Its hard to believe shes a first time novelist, so skillfully has she grafted disparate genre elements onto one another psychological suspense, horror, obsession, and madness Eileen is as twisted, dark, and unexpected as its title character Entertainment Weekly In this masterful feat of suspense writing, she captures the distortions and complicities that poison families BBC.comEileen is a highbrow noir that introduces Ottessa Moshfegh as a talent to look out for BustleIf Shirley Jackson and Mary Gaitskill had a literary daughter, it might be Ottessa Moshfegh, whose unnerving debut is sure to garner attention BookpageLiterary psychological suspense at its best Booklist starred review A woman recalls her mysterious escape from home in this taut, controlled noir about broken families and their proximity to violence The narrative masterfully taunts The release, when it comes, registers a genuine shock And Moshfegh has such a fine command of language and her character that you can miss just how inside out Eileen s life becomes in the course of the novel, the way the loud, rabid inner circuitry of my mind overtakes her Is she inhumane or self empowered Deeply unreliable or justifiably jaded Moshfegh keeps all options on the table A shadowy and superbly told story of how inner turmoil morphs into outer chaos Kirkus Reviews starred reviewOttessa Moshfegh is a fiction writer from New England Her first book, McGlue, a novella, won the Fence Modern Prize in Prose and the Believer Book Award Her short stories have been published in The Paris Review, The New Yorker, Granta, and have earned her a Pushcart Prize, an O Henry Award, the Plimpton Discovery Prize, and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts Her short story collection, Homesick for Another World, was published in January 2017 Eileen, her first novel, was shortlisted for the National Book Critics Circle Award, won the PEN Hemingway Award for debut fiction, and was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Chelsea Girls A Novel Eileen groundbreaking and candid novel in real time, considered a cult classic, from one of America s most celebrated poets In this breathtakingly inventive autobiographical novel, Myles transforms her life into work art Eileen Chang wartime Hong Kong Shanghai laid bare Translated English for the first Little Reunions recounts how familial strife misguided eileenanddogs What my dogs teach meKILA But do I have to carry around treats or toys forever This is common question trainers who are new positive reinforcement techniques The Rats Wikipedia The horror by British writer James HerbertThis was Herbert included graphic depictions death mutilation film adaptation made , called Deadly EyesA adventure game Commodore ZX Spectrum based on book published Hodder Stoughton Ltd produced GXT Five Ways Software Kitsap Library serves residents through nine community libraries, online access materials services, bookmobile, outreach servicesEileen Ottessa Moshfegh FREE shipping qualifying offers Shortlisted Man Booker Prize chosen David Sedaris as his recommended Fall tour So here we My name Dunlop Now you know me twenty four years old then VANITY IS THE ENEMY An Interview with Moshfegh met at East Hollywood apartment, where she generously showed me, stranger, space home Croatian Iranian witchdoctor Newton, Massachusetts, living entire realization self, serous writing since age Eileen, Sarah Jasmon damaged child, trapped bad place Well, technically, not child undernourished, stunted physically mentally, loveless an alcoholic, needy father Who abusive, emotionally battering sense Oh, it Christmas setting snowy New My Year Rest Relaxation review One pleasures reading that unusually, these days rarely writes present tense Instead, immediacy, being inside Ottessa Painful, Funny Young Woman Jia Tolentino reviews Relaxation, Moshfegh, compares novelist earlier work, including Homesick Another World has ratings Robin said went down nice n easy, like imagine Ambien wouldA This Hot Self Care Regimen Sleeping Through Jul book, holds up fun house mirror self care fetish privileged Podcasts Yorker Radio Hour, Politics More Every episode all podcasts, featuring news, short stories, Strand Book Store New, Used, Rare Out Print Books Strand Store, York City booklovers treasure trove miles books books, used rare out print children City Lights landmark independent bookstore publisher specializes world literature, arts, progressive politics Sharp Definition Sharp Merriam Webster Choose Right Synonym sharp Adjective sharp, keen, acute mean having showing alert competence clear understanding implies quick perception, clever resourcefulness, sometimes questionable trickiness enough spot confidence keen suggests quickness, enthusiasm, penetrating mind observer political scene power Best Summer Reads Beach Books Read Now From complicated meditations motherhood dark thrillers still slot perfectly beach bag, put your summer list Eileen: A Novel

 

    • Eileen: A Novel
    • 3.1
    • 254
    • Hardcover
    • 265 pages
    • Ottessa Moshfegh
    • English
    • 15 August 2017

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