[Judge Savage] E–pub ç Tim Parks

  • Paperback
  • 456
  • Judge Savage
  • Tim Parks
  • English
  • 03 February 2019
  • 9781559707404

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Free download Judge Savage Summary Judge Savage º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Tim Parks Ly promoted to the position of Crown Court judge Savage decides it's finally time to rededicate himself to his family but a woman. I have read and enjoyed Tim Parks non fiction particularly his excellent book about football fans in Verona but this is the first of his novels I have readAfter 100 pages I was so fed up with the writing style that I almost broke my untreatable rule of finishing every book I start The style was a mixture of stream of consciousness and the rambling of an untidy mind and uite hard to followStill I persisted and the rest of the book had some interesting thoughts on the justice system in the UK as the lead character a judge became and enmeshed in a spider s web essentially of his own weavingI think I may stick to Tim Parks non fiction in future

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Judge Savage

Free download Judge Savage Summary Judge Savage º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Tim Parks From his past who holds a secret the could ruin his marriage and career sends his existence into a mess of violence and confusio. Mostly I just like Parks loopy writing style Just get lost in the sentences

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Free download Judge Savage Summary Judge Savage º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Tim Parks Now in paperback comes the gripping suspenseful novel about Daniel Savage a man who's lived a double life for far too long Recent. The Road to Hell In this chronicle of a man s fall from grace our eponymous protagonist is not so much a hapless victim of circumstance but his own worse enemy As a non white outsider in the justice system he feels pressured by expectations his promotion to the bench being seen as a case of positive discrimination This pressure and his guilt over past indiscretions help to send him on a self destructive path to ruin Parks convincingly depicts the conflict of setting a moral compass in private life and public domain when like Caesar s wife a Judge must be seen to be above suspicionI would have given this 4 stars but the lack of uotation marks plus a convoluted narrative style switching between interior monologue and free indirect speech makes for a challenging and often confusing read