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The Accidental Free read Ò 104 Ali Smith is a writer born in Inverness Scotland to working class parents She was raised in a council house in Inverness and now lives in Cambridge She studied at Aberdeen and then at Cambridge for a PhD that was never finished In a interview with writing magazine Mslexia she talked briefly about the difficulty of becoming ill with chronic fatigue syndrome for a year and how it for.

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  • Violet wells

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalI really enjoyed Ali Smith’s How to be Both; this one for me was hit and miss A dysfunctional or normal family – pretty muc


  • Fabian

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalI feel like there was an age or it IS that age where writers love to explore with much keenness the family unit for it is the perfect structure with which to scrutinize its individual parts The Corrections White Teeth The Red House the list is


  • Michael

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalThis was a fun and surprising read with lots of scintillating wonders in its delivery and content It falls into the box of “experimental writing


  • Shovelmonkey1

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalI cannot believe this book is on the 1001 books list Do the people who write the list not like people who read books any Why would they punish us s


  • Erin

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalI don't relish giving a book one star but The Accidental was the rare book that I found so unreadable that I couldn't even finish it The writing style was very affected and intentionally obtuse making the book unpleasant and di


  • MJ Nicholls

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalA flat out triumph of structure style shifting narrative voices rhythm and language A pitch perfect technical masterpiece Split into three components—the beginning the middle and the end—the story moves between four perspectives daughter son father mother Each section describes various events around a holiday trip to Norwich and the arrival of Amber a charismatic drifter who changes her behaviour to accommodate each personA very tight free indirect style is deployed to bring the third person narrator as close to each character as possible from Astrid sulky teenager daughter and her show off vocab Magnus sulky teenage son


  • Marchpane

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalI adore Ali Smith’s Seasonal books looking forward to them every year The Accidental is my first foray into Smith’s backlist and it did not disappointIt is so interesting to compare this novel published than a decade earlier to her later ones Smith’s signature wordplay and exuberant style is all there and I find it such a joy to read It just tickles my brain on a specific wavelength that few other writers can match Another feature in common these books are completely grounded in their respective moment There’s an attentiveness to that as if the novels are carefully constructed time capsules This one is ‘2003’ At the same time you can really get a sense of how Smith has grown as a writer The Accidental comes across at times as a bit arch a bit glib and like Smith is performing for an audience wh


  • F

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalThis started off really good But it just died on me I found it got really boring Did not finish


  • Julie Christine

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalThe stranger who arrives in mysterious circumstances and turns a household on its ear may be familiar literary trope but Ali Smith does it with such panache and vivacity the familiar becomes fresh and revelatory The Accidental shows the rusted and broken bits inside the moral compass of the Smarts a bourgeois British family of four on summer holiday in a drab northern England town Eve Smart is mid list novelist and mother of 17 year old Magnus and 12 year old Astrid Michael Smart husband and step father is a philandering professor of English It becomes all to easy to detest the Smart mère et père for they are eye rollingly entitled and pretentious but this novel is about the kids A


  • Suzanne

    The Accidental Free read Ò 104 The AccidentalThis was phenomenal Skillfully structured beautifully written with a story that kept me flipping pages past my bedtime The story is told from four different POVs with a stream of consciousness bent and occasional experimental flare as in the segment narrated in poetry by the serially philandering husbandstep fatherEnglish professor Michael Twelve year old Astrid’s imaginative flights of fancy pre teen jargon and maybe hints of ADD were an amusing ride don’t be alarmed it’s not all like this Wifemother and blocked writer Eve grapples with the memory and problems of her own family of origin while she struggles with professional challenges in a project that consists of the “Genuine article” series “autobiotruefictinterviews” although the articles are actually uite speculative Magnus’s teenage angst has legitimate