Unaccustomed Mercy



A collection of short stories by DB Cox. Free Download [ Unaccustomed Mercy ] author [ D.B. Cox ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukUnaccustomed Mercy

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Unaccustomed Mercy  By D.B. Cox IBN :  Format : Kindle Edition – tiffanydaniels.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 80 pages
  • Unaccustomed Mercy
  • D.B. Cox
  • English
  • 22 December 2017

10 thoughts on “Unaccustomed Mercy

  1. says:

    A common theme and mood runs through this compilation It s a sombre affair, taking you to the damaged depths of each character and holding you there, even after you ve put the book down Relief from the dark comes not from the stories, but from the beauty that often comes through the prose As an example I am a ghost in revolt, abiding inside a forever hungry leviathan a bone cold manhole where no rebels march no banners fly no drums roll no fires blaze The writing is confident and thoughtful A common theme and mood runs through this compilation It s a sombr...

  2. says:

    Okay, so where to start with Unaccustomed Mercy For a start, I am not a fan of short story collections Probably because I have read some crap, from big names like Will Self indulgent.This though, reads like a Tom Waits album, just so much depth shoe horned in a short space It is a dirty glimpse of a world unable resolve their failings, endless broken spirits that some how transcend the remains of a desire for retribution or forgiveness Each story kind of bullies you in, then abandons you Okay, so where to start with Unaccustomed Mercy For a start, I am not a fan of short story collections Probably because I have read some crap, from big names like Will Self indulgent.This though, reads like a Tom Waits album, just so much depth shoe horned in a short space It is a dirty glimpse of a world unable resolve their failings, endless broken spirits that some how transcend the remains of a desire for retribution or forgiveness Each story kind of bullies you in, then abandons you with a bunch of questions.Drunks, Vietnam Vets, murderers, the people of the shadows.This collection I took with me while working on a screenplay in Camden, London, I d read it, go get a bottle of wine through the dark streets of London, back to my shitty room and read itThere is a ...

  3. says:

    The past haunts these characters, an ominous dread pervading their beings no matter how they ve tried to atone for their wrongdoings, whether it was merely taking orders or hurting those they love Many of them are veterans, abandoned by a nation that once sent them off to perform its dirty work, now brok...

  4. says:

    Each story in Unaccustomed Mercy reads like a scream that awakes you in the night There is a beginning, something unnerving that pulls you into the dark underbelly of life, slowly followed by a sense of regret and hopelessness But there is no end Instead, what D.B Cox offers you is a moment, a single action that reverberates in your mind long afte...

  5. says:

    This isn t a long book, but it took me many sittings to get through There s an intensity to the emotions contained within that doesn t allow you to just curl up with this on a lazy Sunday and work through the whole thing For starters many of the stories concern war veterans, and even the ones that don t tend to involve deeply damaged men of one sort or another Cox has a knack for pulling the reader in to these closed off...

  6. says:

    Full review at ThunderDome It brought Thom Jones to mind, as I think they write about similar people, though, if possible, Cox gets darker and somehow never feels forced, almost as if he casually sits amongst the demons, mocks them even as they prod at him viciously, endlessly These stories carry shattered souls within them, so far from sunlight that they re unaware how the darkness grows and consumes them Too, along with Jones, I m reminded, at times, of Camus The Stranger and Meursault Full review at ThunderDome It brought Thom Jones to ...

  7. says:

    A series of hard hitting shorts that readlike blues music, each story variations on a larger, recurring theme Perhaps the key to understanding it can be found in the story Carrying the Bear, where the narrator discovers a manuscript with a series of unfinished tales about a decorated war veteran who returns home angry, disillusioned, and dragging a hard drug habit And so it goes with all the stories in Unaccustomed Mercy But the characters found here arethan that they are dam A series of hard hitting shorts that readlike blues music, each story variations on a larger, recurring theme Perhaps the key to understanding it can be found in the story Carrying the Bear, where the narrator discovers a ma...

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