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review ã Moondogs ↠ [Read] ➼ Moondogs ➹ Alexander Yates – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk A singularly effervescent novel pivoting around the disappearance of an American businessman in the Philippines and the long suffering son jilted lover slick police commissioner misguided villain and A singularly effervescent novel pivoting around the disappearanA singularly effervescent novel pivoting around the disappearance of an American businessman in the Philippines and the long suffering son jilted lover slick police commissioner misguided villain and supernatural saviors who all want a piece of him Mourning the recent loss of his mother twentysome­thing Benicio aka Benny travels to Manila to reconnect with his estranged father Howard But when he arrives his father is nowhere to be found leaving an irri­tated son to conclude that Howard has let him down for the umpteenth time However h. Having gone to the Philippines for a month a couple of years ago I have a fondnes

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Is father has actually been kid­napped by a meth addled cabdriver with grand plans to sell him to local terrorists as bait in the country’s never ending power struggle between insurgents separatists and “demo­cratic” muscle Benicio’s search for Howard reveals about his father’s womanizing ways and suspicious business deals reopening the old hurts that he’d hoped to mend Interspersed with the son’s inuiry and the father’s calamitous life in captivity are the high octane interconnecting narratives of Reynato Ocampo the lo. Moondogs by debut novelist Alexander Yates set in present day Philippines combine

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MoondogsCal celebrity hero policeman charged with rescuing Howard Ocampo’s ragtag team of wizardry infused soldiers and Moniue a novice officer at the American embassy whose family still feels feverishly unmoored in the Philippines With blistering forward momentum crackling dialogue wonderfully bizarre turns and glimpses into both Filipino and expat culture the novel marches toward a stunning cli­max which ultimately challenges our conventional ideas of family and identity and introduces Yates as a powerful new voice in contemporary literatur. Found the book difficult to get through Even though later in the book the story g