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Apeland author Paul Allen review Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Group are Ed Bias the would be hero and his young sons; Gaylord Miller the ketchup bottle murderer and Bias's sworn enemy; Walker the strange taxidermist; Lennox the animal trainer; Monroe Block Apeland's tattered tour guide; and an assortment of odd others Deeper and deeper into the forest they stalk poor Margaret toward a violent and tragic en An absorbing pursuit and a blossoming novelAmerican writer and filmmaker Paul Allen has written six novels APELAND NEVER A SOLDIER NEGRO FORT MASTER OF BREATH ASKING FOR IT and MR BLACK AND WHITE each one reflecting his fascination and passion for nature as well as demonstrating the polished gifts as a writer well trained for his profession His studies in English and psychology were capped by an MFA in Cinema from the University of Southern California and he polished his skills writing short stories and journalism appearing in a wide sweep of publications as The Smith The St Petersburg Times The Tampa Tribune The Florida Handbook and The uarterly Journal of Military History A member of Writers Guild he has taught classical and modern literature writing and film at USC and Rhode Island School of design Now from his home in the woods of New England he turns out screenplays and novels that have a characteristic sense of enticing the reader to connect with the characters and the messages of his worksHaving followed all of Paul s excellent novels except this one his first makes returning to the starting gate a particular pleasure not unlike finding the seeds of a favorite plant off season when only the promise of the future exists confined As we have become cognizant of his style his traits especially his scriptive painting it comes as no surprise that in even the first chapter a mood of place and folk becomes visual just the right cue for a novel to launch A bit of excerpt illustrates the point With black clouds blowing over them as they walked down the road the old women raised little spurts of dust with their shuffling feet In the stream beside them the sun still sinking in the clear west burned in a painful circle atop the surface Cornfield pushed Bias over toward the pavement and raised her hand to block the glare Soon the dark clouds had cast far over them their dark cool shadow that raced as the ladies watched across he pastures toward the hammock to the west When the light on the water went out the shade brought a cool silence to the stream The current undulated long trails of foxtail at times rocking great long masses of fluffy green Poetic respectful of nature s magic the scene opens a story that is wholly captivatingPaul s ability to verbally caress all of nature his privileged realm extends not only to the flora but eually well to the fauna in this book the animals are in the form of kittens and apes and humans The story is summarized for us Huddled in her hot cage in a run down roadside menagerie called Apeland Margaret a thousand pound gorilla hoots unhappily for her dead mate Just up the road at the taxidermist s shop an old lady is paying for having her kitty cat stuffed Down the road a subdivision is going up in the middle of the Florida wilderness Men dig foundations Poor bored and mosuito bitten they wait hopelessly for a little excitement a fight a hurricane anything It comes when Margaret escapes into the steaming forest The county sheriff uickly assembles a posse of local characters and leads this bizarre collection of heavily armed crazies into the palmetto and cypress after the love starved ape Among the group are Ed Bias the would be hero and his young sons Gaylord Miller the ketchup bottle murderer and Bias s sworn enemy Walker the strange taxidermist Lennox the animal trainer Monroe Block Apeland s tattered tour guide and an assortment of odd others Deeper and deeper into the forest they stalk poor Margaret toward a violent and tragic end The manner in which Paul balances human and animal interaction is masterful delivered with obvious respect and compassion a skill he continues to polish in his subseuent novels Paul Allen is a whispered voice in the congregation of the fine writers of the day a voice that is significant and most worthy of accolades and joy Discover his gift here at the beginning of it all Highly recommended Blackmailed By Daddy reflecting his fascination and passion for nature as well as demonstrating the polished gifts as a writer well trained for his profession His studies in English and psychology were capped by an MFA in Cinema from the University of Southern California and he polished his skills writing short stories and journalism appearing in a wide sweep of publications as The Smith The St Petersburg Times The Tampa Tribune The Florida Handbook and The uarterly Journal of Military History A member of Writers Guild he has taught classical and modern literature writing and film at USC and Rhode Island School of design Now from his home in the woods of New England he turns out screenplays and novels that have a characteristic sense of enticing the उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] reader to connect with the characters and the messages of his worksHaving followed all of Paul s excellent novels except this one his first makes Cock Tales returning to the starting gate a particular pleasure not unlike finding the seeds of a favorite plant off season when only the promise of the future exists confined As we have become cognizant of his style his traits especially his scriptive painting it comes as no surprise that in even the first chapter a mood of place and folk becomes visual just the Son of the Hero right cue for a novel to launch A bit of excerpt illustrates the point With black clouds blowing over them as they walked down the The Alien Jigsaw road the old women Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning raised little spurts of dust with their shuffling feet In the stream beside them the sun still sinking in the clear west burned in a painful circle atop the surface Cornfield pushed Bias over toward the pavement and The Illusion of Gods Presence raised her hand to block the glare Soon the dark clouds had cast far over them their dark cool shadow that Folk Tales From The Soviet Union raced as the ladies watched across he pastures toward the hammock to the west When the light on the water went out the shade brought a cool silence to the stream The current undulated long trails of foxtail at times Not The Hot Chick rocking great long masses of fluffy green Poetic Pegged and Plugged at the Club respectful of nature s magic the scene opens a story that is wholly captivatingPaul s ability to verbally caress all of nature his privileged Tunnel Through Time realm extends not only to the flora but eually well to the fauna in this book the animals are in the form of kittens and apes and humans The story is summarized for us Huddled in her hot cage in a Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 run down Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 roadside menagerie called Apeland Margaret a thousand pound gorilla hoots unhappily for her dead mate Just up the Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 road at the taxidermist s shop an old lady is paying for having her kitty cat stuffed Down the The Fatima Century road a subdivision is going up in the middle of the Florida wilderness Men dig foundations Poor bored and mosuito bitten they wait hopelessly for a little excitement a fight a hurricane anything It comes when Margaret escapes into the steaming forest The county sheriff uickly assembles a posse of local characters and leads this bizarre collection of heavily armed crazies into the palmetto and cypress after the love starved ape Among the group are Ed Bias the would be hero and his young sons Gaylord Miller the ketchup bottle murderer and Bias s sworn enemy Walker the strange taxidermist Lennox the animal trainer Monroe Block Apeland s tattered tour guide and an assortment of odd others Deeper and deeper into the forest they stalk poor Margaret toward a violent and tragic end The manner in which Paul balances human and animal interaction is masterful delivered with obvious Leah Starrs Revenge respect and compassion a skill he continues to polish in his subseuent novels Paul Allen is a whispered voice in the congregation of the fine writers of the day a voice that is significant and most worthy of accolades and joy Discover his gift here at the beginning of it all Highly Pieces 8 (Pieces, recommended

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Apeland author Paul Allen review Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Huddled in her hot cage in a run down roadside menagerie called Apeland Margaret a thousand pound gorilla hoots unhappily for her dead mate Just up the road at the taxidermist's shop an old lady is paying for having her kitty cat stuffed Down the road a subdivision is going up in the middle of the Florida wilderness Men dig foundations Poor bore Commercially published in 1977 Apeland is the exceptionally written debut novel by Paul Allen noted for its rare original themes and uniue settingApeland Taxidermy and Zoo was a small roadside tourist attraction located along a swampy backwoods Florida town and operated by an obsessional creepy taxidermist and an experienced mean spirited animal handler The apes in the zoo screamed hooted and threw objects and feces at visitors Two elderly women visitors observed these conditions and saw the lethargic and despondent female gorilla Margaret distressed over the loss of her mate known as Randy Visitors often felt an ease mysterious calming effect in her presenceThe elderly women returned to their home where they lived with their relatives Eddie Bias his wife Clare and their two sons Oscar and T Eddie Bias was a powerful commanding presence who used his strong sense of masculinity to control dominate ridicule and abuse not only his family members but also the unfortunate laborers who worked for him A disturbing and appalling portrayal of the culture speech mannerisms emerge in this setting of the deep poor South during the 1960 sThe target of Eddie Bias unchecked rage is directed at his elderly overweight employee Gaylord Miller who he fired without paying for previous hours worked for no apparent reason after much verbal and physical abuse After Miller returns to his shack he takes his seething distorted anger out on his poor unsuspecting wife in a single unprovoked violent act When his neighbor arrived to investigate the commotion Miller uickly dismissed him with a concocted explanation and chillingly disposes of evidence of his criminal actionbehaviorThe owner of Apeland Mr Lennox calls the men of this town together to search the vicinity wooded areas and swamp lands for Margaret who had escaped from her cage and missing He stressed he wanted Margaret captured and returned alive and safely With all these uneducated aggressive men who viewed themselves as heroic hunters searching for an escaped beastgorilla armed with a variety of weaponry an undetected criminal in their midst and the madness of Eddie Bias Margaret s safe return was seriously compromised as the novel progressed towards its shocking explosive fiery conclusionA prolific author Allen is recognized for his writing style similar to pulp fiction suspenseful action adventure themes something usually explodes blows up some of the characters are beat up shot or gunned down someone dies On initial observation a scene appears to be normal even peaceful though it is not This is the fourth book by Paul Allen I have readreviewed and he is among my favorite indie authors His novels include Negro Fort 2012 Master of Breath 2013 Asking For It 2014 Never A Soldier 2014 Mr Black and White 2014 The Paul Allen Reader 2014 is a stunning masterful value priced e book collection anthology of all six novels Palestrina and Other Plays run down Blackmailed By Daddy roadside menagerie called Apeland Margaret a thousand pound gorilla hoots unhappily for her dead mate Just up the उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] road at the taxidermist's shop an old lady is paying for having her kitty cat stuffed Down the Cock Tales road a subdivision is going up in the middle of the Florida wilderness Men dig foundations Poor bore Commercially published in 1977 Apeland is the exceptionally written debut novel by Paul Allen noted for its Son of the Hero rare original themes and uniue settingApeland Taxidermy and Zoo was a small The Alien Jigsaw roadside tourist attraction located along a swampy backwoods Florida town and operated by an obsessional creepy taxidermist and an experienced mean spirited animal handler The apes in the zoo screamed hooted and threw objects and feces at visitors Two elderly women visitors observed these conditions and saw the lethargic and despondent female gorilla Margaret distressed over the loss of her mate known as Randy Visitors often felt an ease mysterious calming effect in her presenceThe elderly women Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning returned to their home where they lived with their The Illusion of Gods Presence relatives Eddie Bias his wife Clare and their two sons Oscar and T Eddie Bias was a powerful commanding presence who used his strong sense of masculinity to control dominate Folk Tales From The Soviet Union ridicule and abuse not only his family members but also the unfortunate laborers who worked for him A disturbing and appalling portrayal of the culture speech mannerisms emerge in this setting of the deep poor South during the 1960 sThe target of Eddie Bias unchecked Not The Hot Chick rage is directed at his elderly overweight employee Gaylord Miller who he fired without paying for previous hours worked for no apparent Pegged and Plugged at the Club reason after much verbal and physical abuse After Miller Tunnel Through Time returns to his shack he takes his seething distorted anger out on his poor unsuspecting wife in a single unprovoked violent act When his neighbor arrived to investigate the commotion Miller uickly dismissed him with a concocted explanation and chillingly disposes of evidence of his criminal actionbehaviorThe owner of Apeland Mr Lennox calls the men of this town together to search the vicinity wooded areas and swamp lands for Margaret who had escaped from her cage and missing He stressed he wanted Margaret captured and Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 returned alive and safely With all these uneducated aggressive men who viewed themselves as heroic hunters searching for an escaped beastgorilla armed with a variety of weaponry an undetected criminal in their midst and the madness of Eddie Bias Margaret s safe Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 return was seriously compromised as the novel progressed towards its shocking explosive fiery conclusionA prolific author Allen is Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 recognized for his writing style similar to pulp fiction suspenseful action adventure themes something usually explodes blows up some of the characters are beat up shot or gunned down someone dies On initial observation a scene appears to be normal even peaceful though it is not This is the fourth book by Paul Allen I have The Fatima Century readreviewed and he is among my favorite indie authors His novels include Negro Fort 2012 Master of Breath 2013 Asking For It 2014 Never A Soldier 2014 Mr Black and White 2014 The Paul Allen Reader 2014 is a stunning masterful value priced e book collection anthology of all six novels

  • Hardcover
  • 211
  • Apeland author Paul Allen
  • Paul Allen
  • English
  • 10 March 2018
  • 9780670129508