Further Adventures Of James Joyce

Colm Herron


Further Adventures Of James Joyce

Further Adventures Of James Joyce

  • Title: Further Adventures Of James Joyce
  • Author: Colm Herron
  • ISBN: 9780954645311
  • Page: 395
  • Format: None



Further Adventures of James Joyce tells about the remarkable events that took place during the twenty four hours that James Joyce spent in Derry on the day he came back from the dead Randy as a goat and raring to write after many years of deprivation, James decides among other things to pen a novel that s bang up to date, sexy, outrageous and accessible to one and all SaFurther Adventures of James Joyce tells about the remarkable events that took place during the twenty four hours that James Joyce spent in Derry on the day he came back from the dead Randy as a goat and raring to write after many years of deprivation, James decides among other things to pen a novel that s bang up to date, sexy, outrageous and accessible to one and all Saints, scholars and those in search of a good horny read It is a book that is already in line to win the inaugural Good Sex Award at a ceremony to be held in Maynooth College, the gold phallic statuette to be presented, rumour has it, by the Catholic Primate himself


Recent Comments "Further Adventures Of James Joyce"

I haven't really read book in its entirety as it is a tad disjointed for me and I have the distraction of company and travel. I will pick it up where I left off later on when I have some alone time. I definitely enjoyed The Wake far more than this book so far.

This heartfelt book, this startling piece of metafiction, this sexy love story—all three in one—is quite moving on all these levels. Herron, a deep reader of James Joyce, has bravely attempted to communicate with the dead author, to write with a strong omniscient and interior voice and to take on the matter of writing fiction in the first place, of creating something out of nothing. The book also takes on the troubles in Northern Ireland where Herron lives and, in particular in 1988, with as [...]

This is the second novel I’ve read set in the times and place of the Irish Troubles. The other is Engineering Paradise by David Gardner, a cracking insight into why a young lad became a bomber and——Oi, this review is supposed to be for Herron’s book.Who said that?I’m Myles, the anti-hero character in Further Adventures of James Joyce. Now get on with the proper review.Right. Oddly, I was going to mention author intrusion then you, Myles, aren’t the author yet you intruded into the na [...]

I recently discovered this author and bought this book after reading another of his called, "The Wake." I adored that book and this one didn't disappoint either. Colm Herron has a wonderful writing style that submerges you in the Irish culture and language. You almost feel like you are a fly on the wall. His ability to recapture life in 1980's Northern Ireland is amazing. I can't even imagine how much meticulous checking of facts went into making this book historically accurate. As with Herron's [...]


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