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I am an Island

I am an Island Jonathan Culver returns to the literary world two years after his first novel to tell the story of an elderly rich agorophobe locked away in the solitude of his own mansion for over twenty years as

  • Title: I am an Island
  • Author: Jonathan Culver
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jonathan Culver returns to the literary world two years after his first novel to tell the story of an elderly rich agorophobe, locked away in the solitude of his own mansion for over twenty years, as he tries to cope with his past and face his present The dark, somber tale is told through a variety of creative, experimental writing techniques as Culver continues to push tJonathan Culver returns to the literary world two years after his first novel to tell the story of an elderly rich agorophobe, locked away in the solitude of his own mansion for over twenty years, as he tries to cope with his past and face his present The dark, somber tale is told through a variety of creative, experimental writing techniques as Culver continues to push the envelope and challenging preconceptions about what a novel can be.

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    1 thought on “I am an Island

    1. I am an Island must be a work of art because I'm sure a lot of it went over my head! I read this book over a weekend, and not necessarily because its a quick read, its just hard to put down. It felt like peeking into the mind of this mentally unstable guy. The main character has agoraphobia and we get to see his day to day life - vegan recipes included - coupled with Jonathan Culver's dark wit. One thing that Culver does not want to do in his stories is extensive detailing of the scene. You won' [...]

    2. Shockingly enough, this may be better than Culver's first novel. Mind you, they are two very different books. This particular book brought tears to my eyes on at least one occasion, and the experimental style was like nothing I've seen before. Highly reccomended.

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