Planet of the Owls Epub Ç Planet of PDF \

Planet of the Owls❮Download❯ ➹ Planet of the Owls Author Hertzan Chimera – Varanus.us Oxford, England Marcus who works part time at the falafel kiosk in town awakens to find a giant black and white bird at his window He s sure that s what he sees a giant bird with feathers that throb w Oxford, England Marcus who works part time at the falafel kiosk in town awakens to find a giant black and white bird at his window He s sure that s what he sees a giant bird with feathers that throb with sinister portent He shakes himself awake and gets ready for work, unaware that his world no longer exists Beijing, China Su Ki Chin Planet of PDF \ a fourteen year old schoolgirl stands at the bus stop with her schoolmates, but their bus never arrives Returning home, she finds the family chickens have gone berserk, chasing her brothers around the yard and leaving her parents for dead It s like she s in a dream the chickens tower over her terrified brothers She will soon become one of those hybrid birds Planet of the Owls, a new genreclectic novel by UK based artist writer Mike Philbin, is a split narrative story that tells of the time and space traveling powers of the Gods who have finally arrived on planet Earth in the guise of birds.

Planet of the Owls Epub Ç Planet of  PDF \
    Have Kindle books genreclectic novel by UK based artist writer Mike Philbin, is a split narrative story that tells of the time and space traveling powers of the Gods who have finally arrived on planet Earth in the guise of birds."/>
  • Paperback
  • 172 pages
  • Planet of the Owls
  • Hertzan Chimera
  • English
  • 02 October 2017
  • 0981519148

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    Have Kindle books genreclectic novel by UK based artist writer Mike Philbin, is a split narrative story that tells of the time and space traveling powers of the Gods who have finally arrived on planet Earth in the guise of birds."/>
  1. says:

    I had read an intriguing short story Mike wrote years ago, which served as a glimpse into the Planet of the Owls world Some years later he published his book and I ve been meaning to read it for several years now Mike has a way of taking his audience dangerously far into the future to see human existence as an outsider would and to see human civilization in the grander scheme of things His cynical, nihilistic narratives in Planet of the Owls take us to a dying Earth teeming with giant birds, I had read an intriguing short story Mike wrote years ago, which served as a glimpse into the Planet of the Owls world Some years later he published his book and I ve been meaning to read it for several years now Mike has a way of taking his audience dangerously far into the future to see human existence as an outsider would and to see human civilization in the grander scheme of things His cynical, nihilistic narratives in Planet of the Owls take us to a dying Earth teeming with giant birds, puppeteered by death angels There is a heaping helping of graphic mutilation, murder and disgusting bestial sex with giant birds and human hybrid birds As such, it is not for a general audience But it is worth a look, if you re in the market for something really different from what you would expect With its inventiveness and unexpectedness, Planet of the Owls is bound to be a challenging read for anyone Mike has a lot of bizarre stuff to get out of his head and onto the page He has a curious mind and is no slouch when it comes to philosophizing and framing out all manner of thought experiments with science and historical examples He comfortably describes tremendously disturbing acts and bizarre happenings in full blown technicolor without so much as breaking a sweat His mind has been down these pathways again and again, which shows on the written page There s something to distress anyone in this book Even I nearly set it down at one point and I can stomach almost anything.As wildly imaginative and unusual as the book is and perhaps because of this , the storytelling itself could have benefited from either a single fixed narrative or stronger characterizations of the two narratives to help the reader lose sight of all the wires and string pulling going on As other reviewers have mentioned, I found the narrative shifts awkward The first person narrative shifts back and forth between a Chinese schoolgirl who is transforming into a bird god and a young man who is somehow outlasting the rest of humanity The internal monologues of these characters are quite homogenous, almost as if the same character is sometimes a Chinese schoolgirl and sometimes a young British man It is the plot that sets them apart from each other The schoolgirl is always explaining her culture in terms of how it contrasts with Western culture, as if she is an outsider to her own culture and age group The characters often seem to know things only an omniscient narrator would know Usually, the storyline is well enough paced and clear enough that this does not present a problem, though there is at least one chapter where I am almost still not sure who was supposedly narrating and this in a book where characters present themselves as different individuals, transforming into gods, appearing interchangeably in the future, past and present in any corner of the universe, murdered in one scene to live in the next.As usual Mike has a lot to say and a rich world to describe Planet of the Owls could have easily been twice as long and it would have been three times the book for that Some chapters feel impatient, as if the author himself were looking for a way out Spending time in a place with someone no matter where or with whom , one cannot help but find things to like about the place and the person The impatience of the book is what disappoints me Some of the characters are almost likable Some human qualities portrayed nearly redeem humanity despite its shortcomings Some of the death angels are almost endearing As soon as I start to grow any attachment to anything or anyone in the book, they are taken away from me or I am whisked off somewhere else Keeping with its forlorn tone, the book ultimately culminates in a transcendent end of the world space ballet This cold ending carries all the sadness of death and the meager hopes one might entertain in the days afterwards Prepare for a dark ending Not even a corny Diana Ross song can rescue it from the black hole that s got it 3.5 stars


  2. says:

    What I learned from writing this book is that mankind has no idea what spirituality is there s no way he ll ever know, he s is adrift on the ether, forgotten.


  3. says:

    A very very strange book

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