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Alexander MacIndoe is a self centred man who is characterized only by his physical beauty and a. I got this book in a book swap I know now why the last owner did not want itThe ghost of this story is the protaganist Alistair Macindoe is a dull and listless character blessed with good looks and a very good memory and really nothing much else to speak of We are then treated to snapshots of his life as he remembers it but told in the third person from being a very young boy in war torn London to being on the verge of retirementHis life can be summed up with nothing much happened and that is probably the author's intent It is probably supposed to be a profound look at the life of a man who drifts through life almost never even managing a decision He does not feel he does not get motivated He only even moves around at the behest of his friendsVery clever as all this may be it's a pretty rotten read I could not get into this novel at all and I admit I skipped a whole chapter somewhere around page 350 because it was really rather mindlessly dullJonathan Buckley is clearly capable of good writing The dialogue is fine the prose is competent But good writing without a story and with a rather deliberately uninteresting character left me cold Not a book I could recommend in good conscience

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Complete lack of will The novel opens with his earliest memory a February morning in 1944 in t. I read it many years ago I read an uncorrected proof copy and gave that away and now have the first edition

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He aftermath of second wave German air raids and goes on to follow the next 54 years of his lif. Wonderful story telling and characterisation I couldn't put it down Quantum Physics and the Multiplicity of Mind years of his lif. Wonderful story telling and characterisation I couldn't put it down


4 thoughts on “Ghost Macindoe

  1. says:

    I got this book in a book swap I know now why the last owner did not want itThe ghost of this story is the protaganist Alistair Macindoe is a dull and listless character blessed with good looks and a very good memory and really nothing much else to speak of We are then treated to snapshots of his life as he remembers it but told in the third person from being a very young boy in war torn London to being on the verge of retirementHis life can be summed up with nothing much happened and that is probably the author's intent It is probably supposed to be a profound look at the life of a man who drifts through life almost never even managing a decision He does not feel he does not get motivated He only even moves around at the behest of his friendsVery clever as all this may be it's a pretty rotten read I could not get into this novel at all and I admit I skipped a whole chapter somewhere around page 350 because it was really rather mindlessly dullJonathan Buckley is clearly capable of good writing The dialogue is fine the prose is competent But good writing without a story and with a rather deliberately uninteresting character left me cold Not a book I could recommend in good conscience


  2. says:

    I read it many years ago I read an uncorrected proof copy and gave that away and now have the first edition


  3. says:

    Wonderful story telling and characterisation I couldn't put it down


  4. says:

    Came across this by accident but it was a great find and one to read time and againespecially if you can remember the late 50s early 60s


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