Vault: An Anti Novel #2020

Vault: An Anti Novel By DavidRose Vault An Anti Novel A pre war amateur cycling career is cut short by call up Trained as a sniper the man whose name we never know for sure embarks for war torn Europe Undecided how to resume his life at the war s clos
  • Title: Vault: An Anti Novel
  • Author: DavidRose
  • ISBN: 9781907773112
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
  • Vault: An Anti Novel By DavidRose A pre war amateur cycling career is cut short by call up Trained as a sniper, the man, whose name we never know for sure, embarks for war torn Europe Undecided how to resume his life at the war s close, and disturbed by what he has left behind on the Continent, he is compelled to return, dispensing first medical aid, then something quite different A further attempt to tA pre war amateur cycling career is cut short by call up Trained as a sniper, the man, whose name we never know for sure, embarks for war torn Europe Undecided how to resume his life at the war s close, and disturbed by what he has left behind on the Continent, he is compelled to return, dispensing first medical aid, then something quite different A further attempt to take up his cycling career is thwarted when he is inveigled into playing his minor part in a new Cold war Finally settling for a retreat into peaceful obscurity, he discovers even this is not to be His story, he learns, has been turned into a novel without his knowledge or approval As he now reads, comments on and corrects the novel, he begins to struggle to distance himself from the false heroics, and above all, to reclaim his own death.
    Vault: An Anti Novel By DavidRose Vault An Anti Novel by David Rose VAULT is structured in alternating chapters that give two different versions of the protagonist s life One set of chapters tells the story of McKuen, a cycling enthusiast from the Southeast of England who Vault An Anti Novel Kindle edition by Rose, David Vault An Anti Novel Kindle edition by Rose, David Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Vault An Anti Vault Rose, David Books VAULT is structured in alternating chapters that give two different versions of the protagonist s life One set of chapters tells the story of McKuen, a cycling enthusiast from the Southeast of England who Vault An Anti Novel by David Rose Reading Matters Fiction paperback Salt Publishing pages Review copy courtesy of publisher David Rose s debut novel has one of the most intriguing dedications I ve ever come across Vault an anti novel Book, WorldCat Vault an anti novel David Rose Home WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help Search Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Create lists, bibliographies Where is Windows Defender s Vault Ask Leo Aug , Where is Windows Defender s Vault Vault and quarantines The vault is the location where anti malware programs like Windows Defender place files Managing Defender s results Double click on the Windows Defender icon in the taskbar to open the Windows Defender Manual action Open vault from the Norton Toolbar Feb , Open vault from the Norton Toolbar Depending on your browser, select one of the following
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    1. Okay, he s researched the cycling, the fictionalization I expect, reality is mostly humdrum, but emotion, motivation If you re going to tamper with a man s life, at least provide some insight Not this absurd existential anti hero.My reading this year is focused on the UK s thriving in quality if not in financial prosperity independent publishing scene, and this is one from Salt Publishing s back catalogue.It tells the story of a man called McKuen pre war a racing cyclist, but who serves as a sn [...]


    2. I ll admit, I first bought VAULT for its subtitle An Anti Novel I thought it took some gumption for the author, David Rose, to give his novel a tag like that in our current publishing climate, and I hoped that the book would make good on its promise The splendid cover made an additional temptation on the Acknowledgments page Rose himself offers a disarming remark about hoping his book lives up to it On both counts subtitle and cover it does VAULT is structured in alternating chapters that give t [...]


    3. This is a suberbly written novel, telling several stories on several levels, with themes incorporating bike racing, sniping of the deadly military kind and a dual role of first aider and avenger McKuen has been injured in the leg during his time in France and the Low Countries in the Second World War, as part of the Allied tide sweeping the Nazis back After the war, in an adventure that brings him back to post war Europe, and brings him his anonymity intact out of the footnotes of history books, [...]


    4. I bought this book as it advertised itself as an anti novel The definition of such, as made popular by Jean Paul Sartre, includes elements of fragmentary prose that rejects presenting a unified character Here Rose presents us not an anti hero but a non hero, a non team playing military sniper and then a driven competitive cyclist who displays an act of great teamplay, but rejects any accolade of hero for both But the depictions of these aspects of his life are surprisingly non fragmentary and re [...]


    5. It s a while ago now, but David Rose was one of our favourites at the Rue Bella magazine His short stories were meticulously written and tended to focus on small details to make much larger points.We published several pieces by him and he was one of our tips to move on to bigger and better things.Pleasing, then, that I recently found that David has had a novel published by Salt I d like to congratulate Salt for their good taste when deciding to put this out.I say novel, but I m not sure I m enti [...]


    6. I began reading this book in early January 16 but stopped after 15 pages since I just didn t get it The story line kept changing rapidly and the author completely lost me.I picked it up again in early March 16 for one reason the book was the right size to fit into my backpack for a trip I was taking I restarted the book from the beginning and, not only did I get it this time, but I blew right past those first 15 pages and kept on going I have to admit that I enjoyed the book than I thought I wa [...]


    7. convincing and moving portrayals of a kind of quiet, selfless valor told with a great textured, muscular writing Towns flattened for miles, those civilians unable to flee living as troglodytes in cellars half flooded with rain and sewage, making hopscotch forays to find crusts or cabbage leaves in the rubbled gutters p 33 this novel on the surface is occupied primarily with two physical activities being a sniper during the second world war and racing bicycles but rose s beautifully rendered desc [...]


    8. Vault is a novel like no other I ve read before featuring alternating chapters about a fictionalized war hero and his antics and the real life man he s inspired by commenting on everything the author got wrong The book transcends meta in the best possible way, producing a truly unique work featuring snipers, the sport of cycling which I now have a far greater appreciation of and, most importantly, the nature of identity Do we have control over our identity And is it possible to live with the cho [...]


    9. A thriller about a wartime sniper who has a career as a vigilante helping refugees survive post War Germany, before getting recruited into espionage and undercover operations The narrative is told in chapters alternating with commentary from the real life character who is its original source, who makes acidic observations of how his life material is being used Short and sharp, and with a few little puzzles for the reader The only off moment is when our commentator uses the word trope near the en [...]



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