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Rtly before a rampaging trio of misfit classmates gun her down in a high school cafeteria Overrun with paranoia teenage angst and religious zeal in the massacre's wake this sleepy suburban neighborhood declares its saints brands its demons and moves on But for a handful of people still reeling from that horrific day life remains permanently derailed Four dramatically different characters tell their.

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Hey Nostradamus[Ebook] Hey Nostradamus Douglas Coupland Connecfloor.co.uk Pregnant and secretly married Cheryl Anway scribbles what becomes her last will and testament on a school binder shortly before a rampaging trio of misfit classmates gun her down in a high school cafe Pregnant and secretly married Cheryl Anway scribbles what becomes her last will and testament on a school binder sho.

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review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß [Ebook] ➠ Hey Nostradamus ➦ Douglas Coupland – Connecfloor.co.uk Pregnant and secretly married Cheryl Anway scribbles what becomes her last will and testament on a school binder shortly before a rampaging trio of misfit classmates gun her down in a Stories Cheryl who calmly narrates her own death; Jason the boy no one knew was her husband still marooned ten years later by his loss; Heather the woman trying to love the shattered Jason; and Jason's father Reg whose rigid religiosity has separated him from nearly everyone he loves Hey Nostradamus is an unforgettable portrait of people wrestling with spirituality and with sorrow and its acceptanc.

review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Generation X was published in March of Since then he has published nine novels and several non fiction books in languages and most countries on earth He has written and performed for the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford England and in resumed his practice as a visual artist with exhibitions in spaces in North America Europe and Asia marks the premiere of the feature film Everything's Gone Green his first story written specifically for the screen and not adapted from any previous work A TV series one hour episodes based on his novel.

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  • Steven Godin

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusDisappointing More so for the second half of the book; which veers off in another direction that the first Four narrative voices make up the novel with the theme being the aftershock of a Columbine High School style massacre Trouble is with something this serious and deep Coupland doesn't really go anywhere with it The highlight for me being two of the narrators Young Canadian lovers Cheryl Jason getting hitched in Las Vegas I mean what's not to like abou


  • Jason

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusThe heart of a man is like deep waterOh wow what a novel It's really no accident when novels become international bestsellersI'm at risk of sounding like a clichéd critic but screw it Hey Nostradamus is at times wickedly hilarious stunningly poignant and utterly tragic And I don't use those words lightly I don't say something is hilarious unless I've laughed and I often laughed aloud while reading this If you enjoy a witty and sarcastic sometimes dark humour then you'd enjoy this book On being poignant and tragic I shed a few tears especially at the end Books rarely draw tears out of meCoupland was inspired to write this in


  • BlackOxford

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusOriginal Sin in British Columbia Original Sin is real It’s called language especially language badly used Sometimes this sin is redeemed by the beautiful or startling or at least interesting use of


  • Robert

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusWarning Do not read this while depressedMy primary coping mechanism whilst depressed is reading But picking up a random work from the stack of 200 or so unread books isn't gonna do the job The book has to be undemanding in terms effort to read and preferably plot driven and gripping James Blish was my go to author in this circumstance for many years but I've read all his novels too many times in recent years Ditto a number of other authors who I know would fit the bill Which leads back to the unread pile and taking a bit of a risk Hence Douglas Coupland who has only let me down once in half a dozen or so books and has always been fairly compelling Now across all the books I've read by Coupland the general themes have remained constant; how to cope with a mode


  • F

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusI had no idea what this book was when I started reading it so I can't say I was expecting great things I wasn't expecting anything really I didn't enjoy this book Even though it was written from different points of view which is my fav format I didn't like any of the characters or their opinions or what they did I hated Jason He simply annoyed me the mostAnd I enjoyed Part 3 with Heather chasing up Allison That was interesting than the entire book in general Easy read didn't take me long but wished I used the time for something else


  • Teresa

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusI knew basically nothing about this book before I started reading it And even though the flap mentions a massacre in the high school not a spoiler I wasn't prepared for those details and I as read the first part I actually felt very scared which was uite appropriate for what I was reading At the end I again felt uite emotional for different reasons and was impressed with what the author could doCrazy things happen in this book but only one felt very unrealistic and that still kind of


  • Brandon

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusIt’s 1988 On a morning unlike any other at a suburban high school in Vancouver 3 teens attempt to achieve the highest kill count in the history of school shootings Flash forward 11 years into the future; the incident has or less been forgotten by most but remains ingrained in the memories of a select few closest to the tragedyI was really enjoying this book; I could go so far as to say I was loving it However right up to about the halfway point something so insane occurred that it took me completely out of the story and nearly ruined the entire novel for me Coupland spends a decent amount of time building a world in which I bought in to characters that I truly felt sorry for He then throws this ridiculously unnecessary event that wasn’t even needed I’ll tag a spoiler at the end so I can complain about itThat being said I really did like the characters in this novel Well aside from Reg but you're not supposed to like him anyway I have this thing with overly self righte


  • L.P. Logan

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusWhat a great book I didn't know what to expect coming into this one but wow The world can be a very awful place and this one gives no apologies in depicting it as well as the lasting conseuences of such things My heart hurts and I'm still seeing here cheering for how it ended


  • Stephanie

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusThis is the worst book I've ever read and I've read in progress drafts from beginning writers There's zero difference in the narrative voices There's a gimmick for how the story is being told ex a letter notes by a court stenographer compelled to tell her story The plot is laughable and the character reactions could be called unrealistic if the characters themselves behaved the least like actual people I mean Well someone saw us together in this Vegas hotel lobby so naturally I killed him not actual uote just actual storylineI read this for a book club It was the only book I read for the book club I would sell it except that I feel wrong inflicting this literary pain on oth


  • Jennifer

    review Hey Nostradamus ã PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hey NostradamusI wanted the book to be so much MORE I was really intrigued by the description “As far as I could tell Jason and I were the only married students to have attended Delbrook It wasn’t a neighborhood that married young It was neither religious nor irreligious although back in the eleventh grade English class I did a tally of the twenty six students therein five abortions three dope dealers two total sluts and one perpetual juvenile delinuent I think that’s what softened me up for the conversion; I didn’t want to inhabit that kind of moral world Truth be told I wanted everything those kids had but I wanted it by playing the game correctly” I really enjoyed the beginning of this story I uickly felt that the author dramatically overplayed the school shootings and the violence And ripped from the headlines stories rarely excite me hence my disliking of The West Wing Overplayed works if the entire story is tsatire But this book didn’t