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N the town There's a strip joint bouncer who deals on the side And in the end there are five dead bodies stacked in Fay's wake Fay is a novel that could only have been written by Larry Brown whom the Boston Globe called one of our finest writers honest courageous unflinchin. Larry Brown looks at things suare on drinks you under the table kicks your ass and breaks your heart Full of tenderness without pity he shows up a hard life for what it is a little bit of good luck and a lot bad luck cold hard reality and largehearted hope prayer for a miracle without a miracle in the end What’s best though even better than that he gives you so much of the why and how of people you can’t ever look at the what the same way again “Don’t say what you would or wouldn’t do honey Cause one day you might have to” I loved Sam most And of course Fay sweet Fay First read December 2011 November 2012I thought it was Jewel and Mary and Virgil of Father and Son who would stick with me so vividly this year but no It’s Sam and Fay Brown wrote this himself when Fay wouldn’t let him alone when he couldn’t stop thinking what happened to her after Joe It shows It bleeds right through the page that affection without pity Powerful and contagious And the second time through it’s even tremendous how simply and fully Sam and Fay are brought to real life I dare you to even try to judge people the same way after this one It’s one of the several contributors why I barely have any tolerance left for the people in books who only say and do and think the right things and think that makes them good We sabotaged a whole factory of magic eight balls so they only tell the truth was the Softer World strip the other day We are all fucked and we are all savedAnd like a hundred other things in the course of a week I thought Fay

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Fay AUTHOR Larry BroShe's had no education and you can't call what her father's been trying to give her love So at seventeen Fay Jones leaves home carrying a purse with half a pack of cigarettes and two dollar bills She's headed for the bright lights and big times of Biloxi and even she knows. She probably isn’t SINless lacking a Single Identification Number SIN but Fay reminded me of William Gibson’s Mona Of course I believe this is Mississippi grit litI think these uotes point out a lot of her trouble Plus being young clueless homeless destitute and attractive“All this trouble over a little blood rising up in an organ and glance and looks and thoughts of the joining of flesh”“For just a moment before she opened it she thought about what she was doing and wondered what was in the bags Then she went ahead and put the key into the lock and turned it and turned the handle The bags were close to her hand”

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Fay AUTHOR Larry Brown Free download Ö 104 Ú [EPUB] ✰ Fay By Larry Brown – Helpyouantib.co.uk She's had no education and you can't call what her father's been trying to give her love So at seventeen Fay Jones leaves home carrying a purse with half a pack of cigarettes and two dollar bills She' She's had no education and you cShe needs help getting there But help's not hard to come by when you look like Fay There's a highway patrolman who gives her a lift with a detour to his own place There are truck drivers who pick her up no uestions asked There's a crop duster with money for a night or two o. It's a shame Brown died because I felt this to be his best book and one that screamed for a seuel Given that Fay itself was a seuel of sorts I think this was a very real possibility Fay Jones comes from about as far down the social ladder as you can get I hate the term white trash so I'll just leave it at that so when her family falls apart she departs on her own in a way that definitely reminds you of Lena Grove from Light in August But Fay's a different kind of gal and her departure unlike Lena's is a nighttime journey Yeah she's vulnerable seemingly innocent but if pushed she shows herself a survivor who can take care of herself To my mind Fay is or evolves into one of the great femme fatale characters in all of noir literature but there's nothing darkly romantic here These are real people living out hard lives Fay is a part of that world but she moves through it like a ship of doom Many of these characters a cheating cop a bar bouncer an alcoholic wife a jealous lover a rapist are already damned Fay just provides the final focus I hope the Coen brothers pick this novel up as a future project because it's a killer