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Risk AUTHOR C.K. Stead kindle Ä 272 pages Download ´ ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Risk Author C.K. Stead – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Recently divorced New Zealander Sam Nola returns to London where he spent two years in his early twenties It is early 2003 and on both sides of the Atlantic the case for military interventiIra is being made – or fabricatedBut life for Sam has never been better a grown up half French daughter from a long ago affair has recently got in touch and he has walked into a lucrative rol I enjoyed this but it did really just meander through a few years of Sam's life without too much meaning

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Recently divorced New Zealander Sam Nola returns to London where he spent two years in his early twenties It is early 2003 and on both sides of the Atlantic the case for military intervention in NOTE I RECEIVED THIS BOOK FOR FREE THROUGH GOODREADS FIRST READS IN EXCHANGE FOR A HONEST REVIEWWell it took me 60 pages to start enjoying the book but I have read half of the book and I can't read any Normally with a book I want to keep reading or I can remember what I have read This book I can't do that and I have to read the last page so I can try and remember what is going on in the book I couldn't connect with the characters either and I just found the book either too detailed or not catchy enoughAnother thing I didn't like about the book was that it had french words in it at some points yet I had no idea what the words meant as there was no meaning in brackets or at the bottom of the page In saying that I will try and give this book another go next year 2013 at some stage and see if I can finish it

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Risk AUTHOR C.K. SteE in the booming banking sector It is only when he learns of the deaths of two friends within a week that intrigue begins to intrude on his contentment that life begins to feel a little precario This is another novel that interpellates the 2008 financial crisis from the POV of a protagonist in the banking world reminding me of Paul Murray's latest the Big Short some books by John Lanchester etc if ever there was a need to get that book out there stat posture to publishing this book probably suffered in my estimation by feeling belated It's also a little odd that the main character recognizes the crisis coming in a semi heroic way without any real sense of why he'd see what so many other people missedI'm not entirely critical of this book its pace and writing is decidedly euivocal almost stately the reflections of a mature middle aged man There are funny places and turns in the life of NZ divorcee Sam as he finds his unknown daughter finds his feet and beds it seems every unmarried woman he sees and some of the marrieds as well It's a good life The book also includes a poet character who is intriguing for being ragged than Sam but whose poetry also doesn't suck I don't know that I'd enjoy a book of it but that's to do with the style slightly nursery rhymey than its ualityIt's a strange little book maybe another book by Stead would connect with me directly because I can feel good things going on in this one but the focus didn't uite work for me

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