Untogether Lives (short stories)

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If you loved The Two of Us by Andy Jones, you will probably hate Untogether Lives. But who knows, you might just love it...Untogether Lives is a collection of fourteen stories that peek through the curtains of an eclectic cast struggling to keep mind, body and the world around them together. From an amputee shoe thief, to an unlikely arsonist, to a sexually frustrated quadriplegic.Predominantly dark and occasionally disturbing, these stories are not for the faint-hearted, but neither are they without humour. Not everyone in Untogether Lives gets a happy ending, and not everyone survives – but, hey, that’s life for you.PRAISE FOR ANDY JONES ‘At my age I am still amazed when a writer with the gift of the written word can make me care about a character so much that I can be reduced to tears one minute and laughing the next – but with The Two of Us, this author manages to do just that.’—The Sun‘Honest, heartfelt and real, Jones has poured heart and soul into his words . . . the emotions are constant . . . be it laughter or hurt, you will experience it all as you journey through the pages.’—The Love of a Good Book ‘The Two of Us is beautifully written and wonderfully engaging.’ —Daily Mail‘The Trouble With Henry & Zoe is one of the few novels that deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as One Day. Everything you could want from a romcom and then some.’ —The Sun‘Language, style, and voice are all humming and well developed, self-assured and natural as hell.—Will Christopher Baer, author of Kiss Me Judas ‘A contemporaneous voice … has particular wit, punch and zest.’—The Literary Consultancy‘Funny, fast moving. Superb writing.’—Amazon Reviewer‘Andy Jones skill lies in a relaxed narrative under-pinned by diligent observation.’—Amazon Reviewer‘Mr Jones' use of language is a real pleasure to behold, economical but playful. There's a confidence in his prose that knows exactly what he wants, and as a reader, that assurance is always nice.’—Amazon Reviewer

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Expired Deals Untogether Lives (short stories) If you loved The Two of Us by Andy Jones, you will probably hate Untogether Lives. But who knows, you might just love it...Untogether Lives is a collection of fourteen stories that peek through the curtains of an eclectic cast struggling to keep mind, body and the world around them together. From an amputee shoe thief, to an unlikely arsonist, to a sexually frustrated quadriplegic.Predominantly dark and occasionally disturbing, these stories are not for the faint-hearted, but neither are they without humour. Not everyone in Untogether Lives gets a happy ending, and not everyone survives – but, hey, that’s life for you.PRAISE FOR ANDY JONES ‘At my age I am still amazed when a writer with the gift of the written word can make me care about a character so much that I can be reduced to tears one minute and laughing the next – but with The Two of Us, this author manages to do just that.’—The Sun‘Honest, heartfelt and real, Jones has poured heart and soul into his words . . . the emotions are constant . . . be it laughter or hurt, you will experience it all as you journey through the pages.’—The Love of a Good Book ‘The Two of Us is beautifully written and wonderfully engaging.’ —Daily Mail‘The Trouble With Henry & Zoe is one of the few novels that deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as One Day. Everything you could want from a romcom and then some.’ —The Sun‘Language, style, and voice are all humming and well developed, self-assured and natural as hell.—Will Christopher Baer, author of Kiss Me Judas ‘A contemporaneous voice … has particular wit, punch and zest.’—The Literary Consultancy‘Funny, fast moving. Superb writing.’—Amazon Reviewer‘Andy Jones skill lies in a relaxed narrative under-pinned by diligent observation.’—Amazon Reviewer‘Mr Jones' use of language is a real pleasure to behold, economical but playful. There's a confidence in his prose that knows exactly what he wants, and as a reader, that assurance is always nice.’—Amazon Reviewer https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41CC6%2BUqtRL._SL160_.jpg
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