The Genius Of The Sea (Paperback)
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The Genius Of The Sea (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 03/06/2004
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According to Amos Radcliff's disability claim, he lost a leg in an accident with a beer barrel, but when social worker Daniel arrives to investigate he meets with a shock. To begin with Amos is living in Daniel's childhood home, a council flat still full of his dead mother's possessions, and Amos's leg is still very much attached. From this introduction a strange relationship develops between the two men. Daniel finds himself drawn back to the flat again and again to hear Amos's hypnotic seafaring stories and to relive his own memories of his troubled relationships with his mother, his best friend and his beloved wife Sally. Then comes Amos's final, shattering story...

Publisher: Vintage Publishing
ISBN: 9780099449997
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 265 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 25 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Naeem Murr has a hideously beautiful imagination and a wholly original talent" -- Mary Gaitskill
"[Murr's] prose bursts into flower, taking us straight to the passionate heart of his characters. Words and phrases take on an almost translucent elasticity, stretching to encompass new ideas, giving scenes a compelling visual wholeness and suggesting real complexity" * Independent on Sunday *
"Clever and intense, Murr's writing captures the extraordinary power of human ties" * Time Out *
"The Genius of the Sea is not simply about a man in crisis, it is the story of each of us in our struggle to be intimate, to build faith, and to deserve love" -- Akhil Sharma

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