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Yehuda Macbeth Simmons

Yehuda Macbeth Simmons

Manifesting an uncommon Scottish-Ashkanazi split personality - earliest conscious memories framed 1970s sepia - half Math-CompSci introvert with deconstructing paramonotropism, half Literary-Fabian boozy Beat mashup of Brooklyn Jewish schmaltz and Hebridean stoicism, it was an outlier recipe from the start. This "bleeding analogue heart painted in brutal digital colour” was always going to be a contradictory ensemble once the voodoo stones of confining adolescence had shaken out into gimme gimme adult autonomy. And so it has turned out.

 
Splendid Isolation e-book Kindle Edition
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Splendid Isolation is the first novel by Yehuda Macbeth written at the turn of the millennia. It documents two weeks in the life of an unnamed central character, all the insight in the world into the stream of consciousness playing out in his head but no time to even mention his name. Love and loss, youth passing and times past: the themes are universal, the intimate portrayal told at profound and engaging pace.

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Gingerbread House e-book Kindle Version
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Four families cast adrift on a sea of troubles soon become the flotsam of life choices daring to manifest real action against the path of least resistance.

Jane and Marion endure. Paul quips. Rose finds God and the freezing snow. Andy finds Emily. Emily finds the Knife and the Needle. Nikolai finds Ecstasy in the Antifa. Alex finds himself far from the city, helped by a wise old man, taught by a man who was once a teacher but carries a dark secret. Jack falls down, forever. Gabriel Kithingee finds his singing voice and Juliana Kithingee finds boys too funny, adults too serious and a future across the ocean in the land of the blind.

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