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The Alice Factor Paperback – 27 May 2003
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From the Publisher
We at Blue Sky Press are all very excited at the prospects of our new literary venture. We are particularly pleased to announce the launch of the first of four books due to be published in the coming year. Cover photograph reproduced with permission by David Hamilton from his 'Age of Innocence' collection.
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Sean can do many things. He can party, he can list the zygoma's articulations, he can ride a motorbike without falling off, perform rhinoplasty (that's a 'nose job' to you and me) and drink until comatose. The one thing he finds himself completely unable to do is ignore the Alice factor. Alice, a friend of Sean's fiancee, is everything Sean's life isn't: unpredictable, irresponsible, intoxicating and fun. But Alice has a past, one that won't let go. Alice's gravity is as inescapable as the Earth's, and just as certain to make Sean fall. In attempting to bury her ghosts he surrenders to a darkly destructive inner nature; nearly burying himself instead.See all Product description
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10 August 2003
Fyn Day's ability to deal with the aftermath of child abuse on the lives of the two main protagonists in this book is stunning. At no point does the material become slow or predictable, never does the author slip into preach mode, and somehow the whole thing is entertaining whilst be challenging. According to 'The Observer' the second book is a lot darker, I'm looking forward to see whether Fyn Day has maintained his light touch.