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S has caused their medical woes Bang Crunch creates an extraordinary world inhabited by all too human characters and heralds the arrival of a literary talent with an unfailing exacting concern for the profundities of our liv. Really nice In between book reading Interesting stories Not amazing but good

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Bang Crunch Stories

In Neil Smith’s nine stories average people find themselves in decidedly unusual situations as the mundane and the fantastic collide A woman mourning the loss of her husband finds solace in talking to his ashes entombed in. Well that was kinda dumb I didn t enjoy it at all and I skimmed the last story They re ugly and uncomfortable to read but not in a Murakami way in a painful way I ll pass

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A curling stone The title story zeroes in on a girl with Fred Hoyle syndrome whose age expands and contracts like the universe The members of a support group for people with benign tumors begin to suspect that their meeknes. Like all short story collections some were good some were not There was one story near the middle of the book that was completely unexpected and kept me reading but tiherwid ei met have put this one down


10 thoughts on “Bang Crunch Stories

  1. says:

    Posted at Heradas ReviewA solid little collection of human stories Clever themes tight writing and very vibrant three dimensional characters Something to relate to in every story with only one stinker in the bunch Neil Smith is Canad

  2. says:

    Saw this at the thrift store a few months back later got it from an online bookswap Very impressive collection and from a relative newcomer too Finely written stories great prose nowhere near as gimmicky or forced as other youngish manly male writers I've read lately see Craig Davidson; see if you must mumblemumbleChuckPalahniukmumbleIn Green Fluorescant Protein and Funny Weird or Funny Ha Ha? a teenaged Jock Philistine struggles

  3. says:

    Well that was kinda dumb I didn’t enjoy it at all and I skimmed the last story They’re ugly and uncomfortable to read but not in a Murakami way in a painful way I’ll pass

  4. says:

    This book was a recommendation in an online writing course I took from Sarah Selecky a few years back I ordered the book at the time and added it to my huge and ever growing stack of books to read It found its way

  5. says:

    Some of the greatest short stories I have ever read I had a signed copy of this but I let someone borrow it and they were unable to return it like a decent human being I just ordered a used copy and can't wait to read it again I had the pleasu

  6. says:

    Like all short story collections some were good some were not There was one story near the middle of the book that was completely unexpected and kept me reading but tiherwid ei met have put this one down

  7. says:

    These were pretty good They were solid There are some I like than others yeah but overall it was a good set of stories and I do really really enjoy Smith's writing style I look forward to seeing from him

  8. says:

    Overall I liked it There is one of the shorts that I felt was a little Too Weird but all the other stories pushed the boundaries just enough to be really intriguing

  9. says:

    Really nice In between book reading Interesting stories Not amazing but good

  10. says:

    Original ideas Perhaps I would have enjoyed the stories if they were fleshed out into novels I felt unsatisfied