Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È

[Read] ➮ The Tally Author E.G. Wolverson – 1st-grade.co A DARK TALE OF DANGER AND DIESEL FOR THE STUDENT LOAN GENERATIONWelcome to the Student BubbleWelcome to a world where the DJs play the same songs in the same order every single night and the one and oA DARK TALE OF DANGER AND DIESEL FOR THE STUDENT LOAN GENERATIONWelcome to the Student BubbleWelcome to a world where the DJs play the same songs in the same order every single night and the one and only hit wonder reigns supreme Welcome to a world of crude cartoon and misplaced melodrama; a world free of all but the most trifling of conseuences where exaggerated sensitivity is rife and a semester’s success or suicide hangs on the whim of a woman Young Tommo wiles away his evenings in a purple drunken stupor lost.

To the tender mercies of what he desperately wishes was a hopeless love affair but in reality isn’t even that Gristle meanwhile is enraged when his weak bladdered housemate Spadge moves out only to be replaced by a neurotic freak named Jamal who dares not only to bring books into his house but to read them tooAnd for poor Will matters are even worse Women are staying in of a night How’s he supposed to rack up his ‘tally’ of conuests if women daren’t leave their digs? They’re all terrified that they’ll.

tally ebok The Tally eBookTo the tender mercies of what he desperately wishes was a hopeless love affair but in reality isn’t even that Gristle meanwhile is enraged when his weak bladdered housemate Spadge moves out only to be replaced by a neurotic freak named Jamal who dares not only to bring books into his house but to read them tooAnd for poor Will matters are even worse Women are staying in of a night How’s he supposed to rack up his ‘tally’ of conuests if women daren’t leave their digs? They’re all terrified that they’ll.

Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È

Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È EG Wolverson is an independent author casual critic and part time lawyer His first novel The Tally briefly became a cult hit amongst British diesel downing students while his children's e book Supersize vs Superskinny Santa didn't

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  1. Alex Spyrou Alex Spyrou says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookI really enjoyed reading this it is fast paced written in a way that reflects the emotional and mental fragility of the characters and handles local dialects really well to crea


  2. Sam O& Sam O& says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookI knew from the blurb's Chesney Hawkes joke that The Tally was going to bring back memories of my old Uni days and it definitely did Little touches like the students playing on Champ Manager and having them moan about cashpoints not doing fivers really sets the scene and the author really gets the adolescent male mentality the difference between how the characters think and feel and how they try to portray themselves to their peers definitely couldn't be any further apart This is in effect the book's MO as the storyline looks at the differences between thought and action and different aspects of the same person fighting for controlThe book definitely lets itself down though with some difficult dialect Northerners might well disagree wi' me but I found The Tally just as tough if not tougher than some of the hardcore Scottish fiction I've read There were one or two chapters I couldn't even tackle Hearing dialect is one thing but reading it is something else less is definitely in pri


  3. James Manning James Manning says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookThe Tally is a true to life portrayal of student life meets murder mystery and unlike anything I have read before The novel is at times puerile but as already said it is only trying to be an accurate depiction of student life and the thought processes of the average male student something the novel nails brilliantly The Tally


  4. Daniel Tessier Daniel Tessier says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookAnyone who reads my blog is likely to be familiar with the work of EG Wolverson It was Mr Wolverson who created and ran The History of the Doctor filling it with hundreds of articles reviews and works of short fiction The whole time he was working on that he was also working on The Tally his first novel It's now available to download from although anyone looking for some whimsical Doctor Who like fantasy should look elsewhere although he has managed to sneak the odd reference to both Who and Star Wars into the mixThe Tally takes us to Hull where a bunch of hapless students are struggling with the harsh realities of life Wolverson has described this novel as 'bloke lit' t


  5. Rachel Petherbridge Rachel Petherbridge says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookThis is an interesting one and really uite the surprise Known just to a small cliue of avid Doctor Who fans as a critic and occasional fan fictioneer Eddy Wolverson's fist full length work of fiction doesn't cater to the readers of his site or most readers at all for that matter but those who'd be likely to w


  6. James Blair James Blair says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookAnyone who's had the pleasure of studying at a plate glass or 'red brick' university in the UK at any point during the past 45 years will have no difficulty in relating to this book The angst fallings out drunken nights in the union bar dodgy digs dodgy land


  7. Vivian Lowrimore Vivian Lowrimore says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookMad or just bad? Evil or pure bonkers? These are a few of the uestions that EG Wolverson poses in his debut We have all got lots of little voices in our heads battling for dominance every day even the sanest of us but are they aspects of us or could some of them be something else? Something external and evil? When do you stop being you? Or is any gap at all just an illusion like so many other things?`The Tally' is a gripping no holds barred peek into a fascinating mixture of twisted psyches which I just could not put down Please do not be put off by the pint of Snakebite and Black on its cover this is the most intelligent and provocative book I've read in yonks


  8. Kaley Dorchy Kaley Dorchy says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookThis's a really weird book that I probably wouldn't have tried if I hadn't readheard the author's Who fan fics on his website I'm very glad I did though because it's very well observed and very funny in harsh way A bit like he did in Wolfshead E G Wolverson sets his story in the grubby student world of Hull but s


  9. Imperiatrix Imperiatrix says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookI wasnt sure what to expect from this I followed the authors web site for a couple of years and was sad to see it go so I t


  10. Vicki Bolton Vicki Bolton says:

    Kindle E.G. Wolverson ´ ´ The Tally eBook È tally ebok, The Tally eBookUpon purchasing The Tally I read it in less than 24 hours; Wolverson's mixture of hilarity and the macabre had me hooked Set in a grubby student hovel in the centre of Hull the premise for the piece hardly screams high brow but the author's techniue of weaving immature and very very honest humour into a dark horror setting is surprisingly effective As the other reviewers have


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