Free eBook Bandersnatch download

by Desmond Lowden

Free eBook Bandersnatch download ISBN: 0413263207
Author: Desmond Lowden
Publisher: TBS The Book Service Ltd; First Edition edition (May 1969)
Language: English
Pages: 270
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Rating: 4.4
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Desmond Scott Lowden is a British writer. He was born on September 27, 1937 in Winchester, England. Son of Patrick Alfred Thomas and Margaret Elizabeth Lucy Lowden. He studied at Marlborough College, England, between 1951 and 1955. He is married to Gillian Ann Best since 1964 and father of two. Silver Dagger 1989 for The Shadow Run. Bandersnatch 1969. Bellman & true 1975. The Shadow Run, Once in Royal 1989.

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Wizard
I skimmed through portions of this book in the public library many moons ago and it stuck with me all these years. For whatever reason, I decided to track this book down and read it. In some ways, it struck me that this book does have analogies to The Whale, in other ways, more modern-recognized themes such as PTSD and how one dealt with it (alkyhol). The main character has his own "Captain-Ahab" demons to deal with. Supporting characters have their own developments (and personal demons), dropped here and there throughout the book, making me read and re-read the book for snippets I read over previously. I felt I got my $$ worth from this book, including paying for the expedited fee, which cost much more than the actual book did, hahaha.
Nikobar
Enjoyed re-reading an old friend.