Bed - David Whitehouse Reviews
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Newest Review: ... His mother brings him food all day long making him reach an estimated 100 stone in weight. UK and USA The book is set in ... more
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David Whitehouse Bed
Pages: 320, Paperback, Canongate Books Ltd
Last Update 24.05.2013 03:53
David Whitehouse Bed
Pages: 304, Paperback, Canongate Books Ltd
Last Update 24.05.2013 03:24
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by - written on 20/01/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
This is a review of the 2011 book 'Bed' by David Whitehouse. The book is the first by this author although he has written for a number of top broadsheets before publishing this book. If you are after a unique or strange read, and enjoy watching documentaries about people who weigh an awful lot then perhaps this book is for you! A bit about the book In Bed, the book is narrated by Mal's younger brother (whose name we never find out) and it documents the events leading to Mal's decision to never leave his bed ever again. As a child, Mal is strange. He dislikes wearing clothes and always ruins the family holidays, making them return quickly home. As Mal ... Read the complete review
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