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In this masterful debut Martin Clark proves to be the heir apparent of great Southern raconteurs and the envy of seasoned novelists as he takes us on a frantic tour of the modern southHung over beaten by the unforgiving sun bitter at his estranged wife and dreading the day’s docket of petty criminal cases Ju. So many wheels spinning here but ultimately it held my interest and made me laugh

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The Many Aspects of Mobile Home Living

Band of merry hangers on for the big adventure Raucous road trips infidelity suspected killers winning Lotto tickets drunken philosophical rants and at least one naked woman tied to a road sign ensue in The Many Aspects of Mobile Home Living one part legal thriller one part murder mystery and all parts all wil. Laugh out loud funny Ultimately not a book with a clear mission statement except to laugh Which I did

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Dge Evers Wheeling is in need of something on the morning he's accosted by Ruth Esther English Ruth Esther's strange story certainly is something and Judge Wheeling finds himself in uncharted territory Reluctantly agreeing to help Ruth Esther retrieve some stolen money he recruits his pot addled brother and a. I was really not a fan of this book It was boring and slow moving and I had no investment in the characters The saving grace is that the story is interesting has some cool plot points and was unexpected But it took me way too long to read because I just couldn t get into it


10 thoughts on “The Many Aspects of Mobile Home Living

  1. says:

    Rating 35 starsAn unusual story with eually odd characters I enjoyed it for the most part Judge Evers Wheeling breaks the mold with legal professionals; drinking pot smoking and pontification the basis But this is the South there's no middle ground Using dark comedy plot twists and emotionally corrupt personalities Martin Clark's storytelling stands alone Engaging for the most part its nothing like I expected;

  2. says:

    So many wheels spinning here but ultimately it held my interest and made me laugh

  3. says:

    A delightful readAfter reading that Barbara Kingsolver's next book will be The Lacuna I was interested to see that Clark used the term in this book; as if god had built the ground first the sky second and then dissatisfied with the lacuna between top and bottom joined the two together by wedging in the Appalachian Range page 73Another uote I

  4. says:

    started this one last year finished it this year the 1st of january 2018 355 pee em really good read really liked it four stars kin

  5. says:

    I was really not a fan of this book It was boring and slow moving and I had no investment in the characters The saving grace is that the story is interesting has some cool plot points and was unexpected But it took me way too long to read because I just couldn't get into it

  6. says:

    Hilarious irreverent not the typical mysteries

  7. says:

    Laugh out loud funny Ultimately not a book with a clear mission statement except to laugh Which I did

  8. says:

    At some point in this book maybe midway through I had pretty much decided I didn’t like it all that much Mostly that’s because with one exception I just couldn’t like respect or cheer for the characters Main character Judge Evers Wheeling is a screwed up whiner His brother Pascal who lives in the mobile

  9. says:

    This book started out great for me with the beautiful and wryly humorous use of language I was really excited about Martin Clark's writing style and the offbeat characters Kind of a southern gothic style which I loveIt had everything going for it A mystery involving stolen money a winning lottery ticket and alabaster tears no less The crazy characters include a judge who drinks too much his pot smoking double

  10. says:

    Martin Clark's debut novel got rave reviews One wonders why And by one I mean myselfThere are lots of criteria you can use to grade books Not all authors or novels aspire to great literary heights Most of the time in fact all they want to do is entertain I heard that this book was funny a thriller and a rollicking carnival ride The