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by Andrew Davies

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ISBN:
0749399767
Author:
Andrew Davies
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Minerva; New Ed edition (1993)
Pages:
224 pages
EPUB book:
1733 kb
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1204 kb
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1232 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
409


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Monkey is a British-American 1998 crime drama film directed by Michael Radford. Originally, Michael Caton-Jones was attached to direct the adaptation of the homonymous book by Andrew Davies, but left over creative differences. Asia Argento was allegedly sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein during the production of this film. Alan (Jared Harris) is a schoolteacher in London who also moonlights as a jazz disc jockey for a hospital PA system.

Read her name! B. Monkey. You can still see it, emblazoned on the cars, the trains, the writing on the wall. I finally picked it up and couldn't but the darn thing down. It's style and voice, how he gives you Alan's point of view and B's. Heavens I didn't want it to end. 0. Report. If You're Sick of Average Sappy Love Story, Read This Book! By Thriftbooks. com User, January 16, 1999.

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Gritty love story between A and B - Alan and Beatrice, whose street-name from the 'days of wild' is B Monkey - explores love, memory, fear, jealousy and eroticism in quick-snap dialogue and interior monologue. High-octane, street-wise and dirty-talking, with a not so reluctant romanticism that always shows through.

  • dermeco
B. Monkey is an odd book. It's told told by the two main characters Beatrice (aka B. Monkey) and her boyfriend/husband Alan. Each chapter starts with either B or A (they do alternate every chapter) so you know who is speaking. Alan is a man from a well to do English family. His father is a professor and his mother a famous author. Even his older brother Nick is a well known author. Alan is a primary grade teacher, kinda the black sheep of the family according to his parents (mainly his mother). He enjoys his life and job despite being a "disappointment" to his family. Beatrice had a rough childhood and has a criminal past that sometimes still carries over into her current life. She just can't seem to stop being a bad girl even after meeting Alan who is slowly helping her change though he is mainly unaware of the fact. This book has been made into a movie and even though I didn't really enjoy the book itself, just not really my taste I guess, I would like to see the movie, see if it helps understand the book better. I felt there was more that could be told, seen or understood. It took me 4 months to read this book because I just couldn't really get into it and fully enjoy it. It has a full 5 star (or had since after this review that will change that rating) review on Amazon. I finally just sat down to get it finished. Other reviews are right this is not your normal love story and I'm fine with that. I also don't mind that each chapters changes who is telling the story, like I said it just seemed to be lacking. Give it a read for yourself and see.
  • Thofyn
One of my favorite novels. Davies is harsh -- no fluff here -- but his writing is powerful and honest. Read it.