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characters ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ André Brink411 for some reason i read this as if a film
a film i have seen before a film that has a confused voice over the banal ordinary the fantastic change infilm i have seen before a film that has a confused voice over the banal ordinary the fantastic change in life that brings not terror but hope there are choices made choices we might wish to revisit to change to discover all those other lives we could have led this is a short novella suggestive concise that too easily could be reduced to an episode of twilight zone i do not know the political implications of the strange change i am not resident of south africa i am resident of humanity a tonic Click the Link Below for my review The fourth star is because he mentions the part in Sputnik Sweetheart where the girl is on the Ferris wheel and see into her own apartment This book was a little slice of reality bending beauty Fuel for the imagination Cannot recommend highly enough A strange little story that reads like a bizarre dream The main ch. D le Roux a teacher recently turned fulltime artist returns to his studio one afternoon to find his whole familiar world turned pside down The woman who opens the door and welcomes him as her husband is a complete stranger to him beautiful and loving but not the wife *he assumes he has been married to for nine years The children are overjoyed at his return but he has *assumes he has been married to for nine years The children are overjoyed at his return but he has set eyes on them before And when he ,
A middle age man estions his reality *And it changes on him Ignore my stars I simply like Brink This was an eerie read *it changes on him Ignore my stars I simply like Brink This was an eerie read messes with reality and my brain A strange little book about a man who seems to wake into a dream or an alternate niverse He arrives at his studio opens the door and is confronted by a wife and children that he has never seen before We re led to believe that this family is a family he could have had if he d made different decisions in the past I feel like there might be to it but I m not sure if I ite got it all A thoughtful novella with images that stick with me No answers Nothing logical and reasonable as David Le Roux would prefer But that is the magic of literature It transcends the bounds of empiricism and if well written as this novella is leaves the reader in the story contemplating life long after the book is closed Doors indeed contain secret lives 120. The Blue Door is built around one of the oldest estions in
storytelling What if What if I return home one day to find behind a familiar door an nfamiliar world WhatWhat if What if I return home one day to find behind a familiar door an nfamiliar world What the people closest to me turn out to be strangers What if strangers start claiming a place in my life I cannot imagine What if the memories of the most important moments in my life can no longer be trusted What if I am not who I think I amDavi. Aracter in this book David le Roux has to come to terms with what is and what isn t any as he struggles with his own reality I ve had nightmares like this but fortunately they end I m afraid his doesn t With all the disorientation of thresholds of many sorts Andre Brink takes s briefly into a studio of the Blue Door Each angle is
*sketched and determined *and determined respect to another angle but the ability to retrace steps to recall and re enter different views is impossible Time only moves forward and what becomes of spaces and the people within them cannot even be reliably reconstructed in memoryA deft little novella about choices and the array of options that still live through that focal point Ultimately even certainty has to be open to doubt for life to exist at all A brilliant novella poignantly exploring the different paths our life could take if we had made different choices along the way. Oes back to the building he believes he lives in it no longer exists Has everything in his life been illusion Or is the past real and only the present a hallucination In a country like South Africa these estions may decide a whole lifeInstead of living with the *conseuences of early choices he now discovers that behind every choice made lurks the possibility *of early choices he now discovers that behind every choice made lurks the possibility innumerable other choices not madeWhat if indeed.