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Mr ChartwellOugh the glass she sees a vast silhouette the size of a mattressIt’s Mr ChartwellCharismatic dangerously seductive Mr Chartwell unites the eminent statesman at the end of his career and the vulnerable young woman But can they withstand Mr Chartwell’s strange powerful charms and his strangl This was a tricky one for me I thought it was funny and very moving I really liked it But My apologies to Mr Churchill but the black dog metaphor just doesn't work for me Depression as an annoyance an uninvited guest who shows up and bugs you chewing rocks and whispering in your ear crushing your chest and hogging the bed just misses something Depression is so all encompassing and I've found that it's very internal as well It's not a visitor it's an all out crippling assault; your own mind turning against you changing you into a person you don't recognize The black dog is like having the blues You know what's going on; you can wallow in it for a while It even makes a nice companion for a bit just like a real dog does not expecting much from you content to just sit on the couch or whatever Depression takes everything and then goes back for Obviously it probably varies for everyone But for me I don't like the term It gives depression this strange charm like Death playing board games with Bill and Ted Anyway regardless of that I still really did like the book This is a subject I usually avoid reading about because I'm wary of triggers but Hunt's treatment of the subject was light enough to be enjoyable

Rebecca Hunt ☆ Mr Chartwell kindle

July 1964 Chartwell House Kent Winston Churchill wakes at dawn There’s a dark mute “presence” in the room that focuses on him with rapt concentrationIt’s Mr ChartwellSoon after in London Esther Hammerhans a librarian at the House of Commons goes to answer the door to her new lodger Thr Rebecca Hunt has created an interesting novel set in 1964 featuring Winston Churchill in the days before his final retirement Esther Hammerhans a librarian at the House of Commons and a Black Dog Of course this isn't just any dog but Churchill's black dog of depression that has been with him for much of his life I am tempted to say the dog has been anthropomorphized but can that refer to dogs? Well perhaps there is some other term but I will leave it at that You must read the book for particularsI found this novel intriguing odd at first then increasingly interesting and ultimately very effective as a picture of the effect of depression on individuals liveshow they cope or don't cope with it The fact that it's done in this format is amazing so creative I think I will recommend this to some friends

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Mr Chartwell doc ´ 242 pages Download Õ dogsalonbristol Å ❮Reading❯ ➿ Mr Chartwell Author Rebecca Hunt – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk July 1964 Chartwell House Kent Winston Churchill wakes at dawn There’s a dark mute “presence” in the room that focuses on him with rapt concentrationIt’sEhold on their lives? Can they even explain who or what he is and why he has come to visit?In this utterly original moving funny and exuberant novel Rebecca Hunt explores how two unlikely lives collide as Mr Chartwell’s motives are revealed to be far darker and deeper than they at first seem Picked this book because of the narratorStarted listening not having a clueto what the story was aboutWhat a pleasant laugh out loud treatReally enjoyed the creativity of the authorNarrator Susan Duerdenbrings each character to lifeClean with a little mild Foul Language

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