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㣙 Early reader series ң By Nico Walker क 㣙 Early reader series ң By Nico Walker क An Best Book of August 2018 Cherry by Nico Walker is a mesmerizingly dark, comic, often drug fueled ride through war, romance and bank heists Youll laugh out loud, your mind will bend to understand the gritty, ceaseless pressure of being an Army medic in Iraq, and your stomach will hurt with the pain of PTSD and what drugs can do to a body and a mind Nico Walker is a gifted, unrelenting storyteller and his debut calls to mind the raw and wrecked characters of Denis Johnson and the devastatingly necessary post war stories of Phil Klay While at times bleak, this is a novel of our time, a story about a Midwestern boy who falls in love, enlists in the Army because school is not for him and what else is he going to do , returns from war and falls prey to the escapes of heroin An explosively cutting and page turning debut Al WoodworthThe rare work of literary fiction by a young American that carries with it nothing of the scent of an MFA program The voice Walker has fashioned has a lot in common with the one Denis Johnson conjured for his masterpiece Jesus Son A novel of searing beauty VultureOne of the summers most exciting literary breakthroughs, Cherryis a profane, raw, and harrowingly timely account of the effects of war and the perils of addiction Entertainment WeeklyUnsparingly raw and utterly gripping This is an astonishingly good novel, written by someone who clearly has a gift for storytelling Walkers characters, even minor players and walk ons, are beautifully drawn His dialogue rings achingly true A masterpiece Booklist starred review Nico Walkers Cherry is a wrenching, clear eyed stare down into the abyss of war, addiction and crime,a dark tumble into scumbaggery,but its also deeply humane and truly funny.That is one of the reasons Ilove it so much it makes you laugh and ache at the same time, in themanner of the great Denis Johnson Dan Chaon, author of Ill WillAfter page one, only the faint hearted will manage to put down thisbrilliant screech from a life of war, crime and addiction, a powerful book thatdeclares the arrival of a real writer who has made artout ofanguish Thomas McGuane, author of Cloudbursts and Ninety two in the ShadeHeartbreaking, unadorned, radically absent of pretense, Cherry is the debut novel America needs now, a letter from the frontlines of opioid addiction and, almost subliminally, a war story Lea Carpenter, author of Eleven Days and Red, White, BlueIm so jealous about the writing in Cherry that it makes me sick.Nico Walker has written one of those perfect books in the most outrageous voice thatIve come across in years.Wild and vulnerable and just talking to you in crystal perfect sentences.In a world of literary fakes and watered down student voices, Nico Walker is like a new found oracle of our living, breathing life.The world will call Nico Walker many things drug addict, soldier, bank robber, and inmate But theyre all fucking lies After reading this, youll say onlyone thing Nico Walker is one of the best writers alive Scott McClanahan, author of The Sarah Book and Hill WilliamSomeone once said there are only two things worth writing about, love and death Nico Walker may know about these two subjects than 99.9% of fiction writers working today.Read Cherry instead of the latest piece of fluffit might be the only time when you truly feel a writer is actually baring their soul to you Donald Ray Pollock, author of The Heavenly TableHarrowing, heartbreaking, and sadly funny Cherry is a terrific book, a cool book, and Walkers voice is keen and vigilant and uniquely his own Joe Ide, author of IQ and Righteous The Cherry Harvest A Novel Lucy Sanna The Sanna on FREE shipping qualifying offers memorable coming of age story and love story, laced with suspense, which explores a hidden side the home front during World War II NovelKeys, LLC BOX Royals switch is an extremely tactile This exclusive custom made features 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doomed romantic How Young Veteran Became Serial Bank Robber, Then Aug few pages into narrator walks bank, pulls out handgun casually demands money from teller, reassuring it nothing Meet Walker, Cleveland Boy Turned Medic released ll be until based experiences, this year literary Cinderella Author Cherry About former medic who served than missions Iraq, returned suffering severe PTSD became addi Cherry book review Washington Post You won hear tour anytime soon because But wait pick lacerating new about horrors First Time Novelist Feels Lucky To Tell Story life covered range media outlets including New York Times, incredible enough twists, many death defying student turned war hero gifted, unrelenting storyteller calls mind raw wrecked characters Denis Johnson devastatingly necessary post stories Phil Klay Book convicted robber Book proves also must read de force, how came Review Roundup vulture week, we look installment Lit Parade, Vulture guide world writing, talking, getting 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    • Cherry: A novel
    • 4.5
    • 803
    • Hardcover
    • 336 pages
    • Nico Walker
    • English
    • 20 February 2016

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