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The Pleasant Light of Day Download The Pleasant Light Of Day Author Philip Ceallaigh Eiyo.us Philip Ceallaigh S First Collection Of Stories, Notes From A Turkish Whorehouse, Established Him As One Of The Most Vital And Distinctive New Voices In Fiction The Pleasant Light Of Day Confirms His Enormous Talent And Presses Brilliantly Into New Territory Whether He Is Imagining A Father And Son Walking The Streets Of Cairo Or Concocting A Hilarious Parody Of A Certain Wildly Popular Inspirational Writer From Brazil, Philip Ceallaigh Is A Writer Who Demands To Be Read.

About the Author: Philip Ó Ceallaigh

Philip Ceallaigh is an Irish short story writer living in Bucharest Ceallaigh won the 2006 Rooney Prize for Irish Literature, for his collection Notes from a Turkish Whorehouse He was the first Irish writer to be shortlisted for the Frank O Connor International Short Story Award, for his second collection of short stories, The Pleasant Light of Day.In 2010, he edited Sharp Sticks, Driven Nai

10 thoughts on “The Pleasant Light of Day

  1. says:

    Dull, featureless prose stories that ramble about hoping to bump into a moment of epiphany ideas in search of a purpose.I read six of these stories, one of which was quite good But the other five were so lazily written, so utterly without compelling content, so indicative of a cynical, sneering attitude, so filled with misogyny and so so so that I could go no further.O Ceallaigh wastes 35 pages on a pointless parody of Paulo Coelho, making the same self evident point again and again So I rea

  2. says:

    I liked his Notes from a Turkish Whorehouse and so ordered this from the library straight away they had two copies That was in 2009 Finally got fed up with waiting and boughtumm, not as good as Notes From a Turkish Whorehouse I felt More laterLater I liked about half of the stories The first one was self referential featuring a book called Scenes from a Uzbeck Bordello , and a bit confusing as it jumps from third to first person, however the story of the man and his fuck frenzy and his girlfriend w

  3. says:

    Cartea e super, traducerea doar ok.

  4. says:

    Wide variety of stories in this collection, making it hard to pinpoint him as a writer All good reads, in that they are imaginative and well written But, none of them were powerul enough to fire my imagination to the point where I could lose sight of the fact that I was r...

  5. says:

    Bit of mixed bag Some funny and fast paced and often rather racy stories , including a mix up of soulful literature of the Coelho Alchemist type And also some longish and to my mind rather rambling pieces, mainly about reg...

  6. says:

    Only read half of the stories and enjoyed the one that gives the title to the book It was nothing special, nothing memorable, just a light reading book you hardly remember you ever read Definitely not my best choice.

  7. says:

    Cam cu de toate, dar nelegat i f r gust.

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