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DANNY 2.2 - Eilean Mhor (The DANNY Quadrilogy) [Kindle Edition]

Chancery Stone
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Eilean Mhor is a small island off the West Coast of Scotland, surrounded by ocean and blessed with long white sandy beaches. It is here Danny sets up home with his oldest adversary, and greatest friend.

At first all is wine and roses, glowing sunsets and fun on the beach. But it isn't long before old jealousies and ugly frictions start rubbing the bloom of newfound happiness off Elysium.

First there is Ewan of the violet eyes and heart-shaped face, idolising Danny and hero-worshipping the dangerous Jackson Moore charisma. Then there is Morag, buxom, sweet and keen to replace her unsatisfying local boyfriend with something hunkier. And then there is Iain – a new Iain scarily like the old one in the one way Danny fears most: a cuckoo in the nest determined to steal his life for his own.

DANNY 2.2 - Eilean Mhor - is the most seductive and alluring volume of The DANNY Quadrilogy, and offers us a different portrait of the Jackson Moores: happy, optimistic, even secure. But how long can it last, with hungry interlopers sneaking in every door, their gaze fixed firmly on everything Danny holds dear?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1425 KB
  • Print Length: 636 pages
  • Publisher: Poison Pixie Publishing (2 Dec 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004EPZ33G
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #646,319 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A SHORT AUTOBIOGRAPHY of CHANCERY STONE

How can you tell a story in a paragraph ?

How do you tell a life in a paragraph?

Do I give you bare facts? Born - none of your business. Place of origin - East Kilbride. Parents - yes, two.

Or maybe the creative version. Didn't read my first book till about the age of eleven/twelve (don't know exactly, because I can't remember much childhood). First two books, The Genie Hottabych and The Rose and the Ring. Also read every fairy tale I could get hold of and was lucky enough to read Victorian versions, not bowdlerised modern versions. Loved all those evil parents and threatening places. Loved the melodramatic orphan stories in The Judy. (Now, I have got to be a rarity here. I actually wanted to be an orphan.) Wasn't allowed to read The Jackie or teen/women's magazines as these were "Capitalist Pornography". Once unwittingly bought a copy of OZ in the street in Glasgow when I was a teenager which my mother made me dispose of "before my father saw it". Deeply ironic as it was destined to become a very valuable rare edition, and my mother did have that greedy little materialistic edge.

Fell into The Citizen's Theatre and its obsession with subversive drama. Saw a lot of nude men and learned about the Marquis de Sade whose works cost me a fortune, bought from abroad.

Do I need to go on through detective fiction, horror, magic realism, the classics, Jacobean drama, far too much bad theatre.......?

I could list my jobs. Although I tried to avoid them, I worked randomly when it couldn't be helped. Selling radar spares, running restaurants, a sweet shop, a newsagents, debt collecting, nude modelling, dancing, bar tending, filing clerk, cleaning.... You get the picture.

Or my lifestyle. Over 17 different houses. Lived in Glasgow, London, Cumbria, Aberdeen, Orkney, Fraserburgh, Manchester, Morecambe. Never married, never had children (always swore as a child I wouldn't and everybody said, "Ah, you're saying that now, but you'll change your tune." Well, they were WRONG). Kept cats, went walking, danced, was a party animal, lived in seclusion, never did drugs, once got stoned on tranquilisers and sexually assaulted a priest, don't smoke, had my first cigarette on stage, don't drink, once sat outside in the most exquisite rain I ever saw so drunk I couldn't stand, eat too much and never diet.

Does any of this tell you anything? Does all of it tell you something ?

I always feel people's work tells you all you need to know about them, even if it's only that they are very convincing liars.

So... my biography.

Read DANNY and know me......

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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! 29 Feb 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Danny 2.2 Eilean Mhor, the third part of the Danny Quadrilogy, is my favorite installment so far. There's finally a bit of peace and happiness for Danny on this small island in Scotland. Unfortunately it comes so early in the novel that you fear it cannot be the happy ending you craved. And indeed, new characters intrude, igniting Danny's spectacular needs with their desires. Again we find ourselves spun round and round on the merry carousel of betrayal, mistrust, jealousy, violence and dark passion.

Harry Greaves forces Danny's return home to the farm, adding to his troubles. Greaves becomes more obsessed and repulsive at every turn, eventually hunting Danny down in London, where their conflict escalades.

A difficult novel to talk about without giving too much away, this installment proves how carefully the whole series is plotted, as baffling events and dialogue from the first Danny novel finally make perfect sense. This is the book where I began to develop my own theories on Danny and his behaviors and motivations, as pieces of his past and present suddenly fit together to provide a larger picture. Danny 2.2 ends once in such a way that you itch to get your hands and the next one. My advice: indulge!
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Caravan of Love. 9 Dec 2010
Format:Paperback
Third in the instalment and three times as good. Book 2.2 surpassed all my expectations, back together again, and more importantly He's back, capital letter because he is a God. Better than I could have imagined, and I imagined it a lot.

What I love about 2.2 is it's what I've wanted for every pair of great doomed lovers, locked in a room together, and this one doesn't stop at the bedroom door, sexy as all hell. Imagine Kathy and Heathcliff, at The Heights, no one in their way and you get to read Heathcliff eat her alive. Jane Eyre and Rochester, saying `screw the wife, we've got the run of the castle'. Fantastic.

The twists and turns don't let you down, loads of things revealed and answers I'd never even considered. The plot moves along so intriguingly I couldn't have read it faster, if I could melt it down and inject it into my vanes I would. Jesus Christ, if you've read the other two books, what the hell are you doing reading my review. Get your eyes into 2.2.
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2 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Caravan of Love. 9 Dec 2010
Format:Kindle Edition
Third in the instalment and three times as good. Book 2.2 surpassed all my expectations, back together again, and more importantly He's back, capital letter because he is a God. Better than I could have imagined, and I imagined it a lot.

What I love about 2.2 is it's what I've wanted for every pair of great doomed lovers, locked in a room together, and this one doesn't stop at the bedroom door, sexy as all hell. Imagine Kathy and Heathcliff, at The Heights, no one in their way and you get to read Heathcliff eat her alive. Jane Eyre and Rochester, saying `screw the wife, we've got the run of the castle'. Fantastic.

The twists and turns don't let you down, loads of things revealed and answers I'd never even considered. The plot moves along so intriguingly I couldn't have read it faster, if I could melt it down and inject it into my vanes I would. Jesus Christ, if you've read the other two books, what the hell are you doing reading my review. Get your eyes into 2.2.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! 29 Feb 2012
By Bookworm1971 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Danny 2.2 Eilean Mhor, the third part of the Danny Quadrilogy, is my favorite installment so far. There's finally a bit of peace and happiness for Danny on this small island in Scotland. Unfortunately it comes so early in the novel that you fear it cannot be the happy ending you craved. And indeed, new characters intrude, igniting Danny's spectacular needs with their desires. Again we find ourselves spun round and round on the merry carousel of betrayal, mistrust, jealousy, violence and dark passion.

Harry Greaves forces Danny's return home to the farm, adding to his troubles. Greaves becomes more obsessed and repulsive at every turn, eventually hunting Danny down in London, where their conflict escalades.

A difficult novel to talk about without giving too much away, this installment proves how carefully the whole series is plotted, as baffling events and dialogue from the first Danny novel finally make perfect sense. This is the book where I began to develop my own theories on Danny and his behaviors and motivations, as pieces of his past and present suddenly fit together to provide a larger picture. Danny 2.2 ends once in such a way that you itch to get your hands and the next one. My advice: indulge!
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantástic 1 Mar 2014
By Fabiane Assumpcao - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I loved all the books in the series. You get stuck to the mysteries surrounding the life of John and Danny and you can not stop reading. Altemente recommended.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just when it was safe to go back in the water. 1 Mar 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Danny, Danny, Danny, Whats to say at this point other than Awesome! Does Chancery have a gift or what? In this the thrid book of quadrilogy she serves up a whole new serving of secrets and possibilities. We see Danny again on the vacation we would all love to share. Until Danny's past comes back to haunt him once again. I reflect back on all three books and stand in awe at how complex Chancery has woven the stories and characters into each other, and also to introduce new perfectly timed revelations. You automatically think back and start doing when, how, why's. That has been the most enjoyable part that runs consistantly through all volumes. Chancery is not ready for us to sit back yet and relax is she? So, we don't, we get swept away once again willingly wrapped up in Danny drama. Danny never one to leave us alone too long {Thank God}.
3 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Caravan of Love. 9 Dec 2010
By J. Rhodes - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Third in the instalment and three times as good. Book 2.2 surpassed all my expectations, back together again, and more importantly He's back, capital letter because he is a God. Better than I could have imagined, and I imagined it a lot.

What I love about 2.2 is it's what I've wanted for every pair of great doomed lovers, locked in a room together, and this one doesn't stop at the bedroom door, sexy as all hell. Imagine Kathy and Heathcliff, at The Heights, no one in their way and you get to read Heathcliff eat her alive. Jane Eyre and Rochester, saying `screw the wife, we've got the run of the castle'. Fantastic.

The twists and turns don't let you down, loads of things revealed and answers I'd never even considered. The plot moves along so intriguingly I couldn't have read it faster, if I could melt it down and inject it into my vanes I would. Jesus Christ, if you've read the other two books, what the hell are you doing reading my review. Get your eyes into 2.2.
2 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Caravan of Love. 9 Dec 2010
By J. Rhodes - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Third in the instalment and three times as good. Book 2.2 surpassed all my expectations, back together again, and more importantly He's back, capital letter because he is a God. Better than I could have imagined, and I imagined it a lot.

What I love about 2.2 is it's what I've wanted for every pair of great doomed lovers, locked in a room together, and this one doesn't stop at the bedroom door, sexy as all hell. Imagine Kathy and Heathcliff, at The Heights, no one in their way and you get to read Heathcliff eat her alive. Jane Eyre and Rochester, saying `screw the wife, we've got the run of the castle'. Fantastic.

The twists and turns don't let you down, loads of things revealed and answers I'd never even considered. The plot moves along so intriguingly I couldn't have read it faster, if I could melt it down and inject it into my vanes I would. Jesus Christ, if you've read the other two books, what the hell are you doing reading my review. Get your eyes into 2.2.
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