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free read Affair by Nick Stokes 100 ☆ Affair is a novel by Nick Stokes A man who collects sticks and gathers stones has an affair with a woman in the woods and struggles to return to his wife An author writes about a man having an affair in order to destroy the man and discover who he is The two stories are woven and inextricable Affair is influenced by R in which to lose a ring many than four corners and not a few holes as in drains and mouse access openings and other holes less holey all of which are hungry for a ring which they would swallow finger inside or no no uestions asked Whether a man is inside it or no I am not sure what I want to do and do not want to do right now and all the bifurcations between but I am absolutely without a doubt positive I at this very moment have no inkling of a desire to be looking for a ring I am inside on the one hand and outside on the othe. Affair alternates between perspectives of the Author and a character Palo Although the Author and Palo are the same person This isn't something I figured out this is something the Author told me Although I'd already guessed it so I suppose I did figure it out Although I hadn't really figured it out the author told me Not the Author from the book but the author who wrote the book He didn't tell me either He left it there for me to figure out And so deftly that I felt for a while like I'd figured it out before I figured out that he'd told me which I also figured out Palo meets a woman while he's out picking up sticks to sell for stones The Author's wife accuses the Author of hiding out by engaging in solipsism and calling it writing which might be accurate but is it fair These are uestions the book asks but are they answered I'm still waiting to find out if I figured this book out from what Palo told me or the Author told me or what the author told me or if what I figured out was what I told me As the story progresses Palo and the Author's stories entwine until it's hard to tell who is who By then you're in the story No literally You are in the story This would maybe be a little uncomfortable except that you find yourself in the capable hands of the author who might be in the story with you or maybe isn't but you feel like he is which is all you need Please allow this review to piue your interest enough to sample the opening pages of Affair by Nick Stokes I did and enjoyed them enough that I ordered the paperback I read it twice enjoyed it the first time and enjoyed it even the second

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Affair is a novel by Nick Stokes A man who collects sticks and gathers stones has an affair with a woman in the woods and struggles to return to his wife An author writes about a man having an affair in order to destroy the man and discover who he is The two stories are woven and inextricable Affair is influenced by magical realism surrealism absurdism postmodernism modernism post postmodernism pre modernism realism organisms and ismism Affair was first serialized by The Seattle Star from 2012 2014From Affair I think to take off. A man wishes to write a novel in which one of the characters goes mad; while working on it he himself goes mad by degrees and finishes it in the first person Kierkegaard 1837'Whether he himself in this way also went insane is here of less importance than the fact that he now at last can operate in the first person singular present indicative active' Joakim Garff 1997

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Affair by Nick StokMy ring and hang it on the light switch Electricity she has it Solar power perhaps Or hydro or wind Off the grid What I have always wanted I think Then I think I should turn off the light when I leave go in at which point the ring would clang to the floor and I do not want to listen to my ring clatter and the ring may further get itself lost in the floor in the vent register for example except there are no vent registers because this is a oneroomlogcabinwithabathroom without forced air but there are plenty of cracks in the floo. I read Nick's novel Affair when it first appeared as a serial in the Seattle Star It is a book that is lost in thought caught in between the moments of conversation in that uncomfortable 'what now' moment It is in that space that Stokes shows the characters as eternally flawed humans