Monkey

Monkey Being rewarded with a pink slip after forty years of reliable service as a county mechanic changes a man When George tells his family the crushing news his oldest son nicknamed Monkey and long his f

  • Title: Monkey
  • Author: Jim Meirose
  • ISBN: 9780988782006
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • Being rewarded with a pink slip after forty years of reliable service as a county mechanic changes a man When George tells his family the crushing news, his oldest son, nicknamed Monkey and long his father s favorite, doesn t want to take it sitting down Monkey enlists the help of his younger brother Kevin in his plan to make their father s former employer pay for tossinBeing rewarded with a pink slip after forty years of reliable service as a county mechanic changes a man When George tells his family the crushing news, his oldest son, nicknamed Monkey and long his father s favorite, doesn t want to take it sitting down Monkey enlists the help of his younger brother Kevin in his plan to make their father s former employer pay for tossing him aside Monkey is the story from four points of view of that plan, the changes it etches into Monkey s family, and its devastating cost.

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      Published :2019-06-23T05:00:43+00:00

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    1. Jim Meirose

      Jim Meirose Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Monkey book, this is one of the most wanted Jim Meirose author readers around the world.

    951 thoughts on “Monkey”

    1. First I would like to thank the author and for my copy of “Monkey” that I won through first-reads program.As I started this book and was only a few pages in I wasn’t sure how to feel about this odd story. But as I kept reading and the story grew I couldn’t wait to get to the next person’s version of the story even though it was the same story. I love how the author wrote this book. He did it in a way that didn’t make you feel like you were reading the story over and over even thoug [...]


    2. Jim Meirose's novel Monkey is more than a worthwhile read. The story nets readers' interest from the start and arouses excitement as we change perspectives from Kevin to George to Anna and finally Monkey. Through unexpected repetition, Meirose writes a story that doesn't just make you want to turn to the next page, but rather turn two pages at the same time so that you can find out what happens. There is no wasted space here: all that is here is needed and what isn't here is all the more excitin [...]


    3. I really enjoyed Jim Meirose's book, "Monkey".The writing style captured my attention because it was very stream-of-consciousness-like. It felt as if I were inside the heads and hearts of every main character. When Kevin, George, Anna, or Monkey were suffering or happy or confused, I felt it. I could relate to it. The characters are so believable. They sounded like real people who had real, raw emotions, and reading their unfiltered thoughts was refreshing. While reading, I was consistently eage [...]


    4. I was pleasantly surprised by this book.I was not certain how I would like it starting out. seekng the life and tragedies through the eyes of each person was wonderfully written.


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