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Noites de Cocaína Para um estranho, a comunidade inglesa que goza de uma reforma de luxo, instalada na reserva natural da costa espanhola Estrella de Mar, vive em perfeito id lio A vida daquele lugar gira em torno das actividades culturais e desportivas, decretadas pelo select ssimo Club Nautico.Todavia, o id lio tem um fim abrupto quando cinco membros do clube morrem num inc ndio que deflagra numa festa, e o gerente Frank Prentice, preso por homic dio.Charles, o irm o de Frank, vem aterrar numa cena que lhe parece surreal embora seja a pr pria pol cia a insistir na inoc ncia de Frank, este ltimo teima em dar se como culpado Charles percebe ent o que urgente perceber que mist rios se escondem em Estrella de Mar Sob a serena vida cultural esconde se um mundo de droga, crime e sexo il cito, orquestrado por um flautista m gico cuja m sica diab lica alastra a uma velocidade louca. New Download Noites de Cocaína [ Author ] J.G. Ballard [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. Cocaine Nights isn t something everyone would enjoy It s gritty, sometimes disturbing and dark, and at times almost depressing That said, it s a unique crime novel with a setting I ve never really seen used in this type of genre before, and the characters were all very well writte...

  2. This book started out with tremendous promise That soundspatronising than I would like It blew my mind Is that better I couldn t believe I had avoided this author for so long If you are an avid reader, not reading J.G Ballard is like depriving yourself of air Each sentence glitters with intelligence The rhythm, the poise, the vocabulary, the imagery are all perfect He has a fine sense of character and there is passion beneath his hard, cynical edge But as the book goes along it d This book started out with tremendous promise That soundspatronising than I would like It blew my mind Is that better I couldn t believe I had avoided this author for so long If you are an avid reader, not reading J.G Ballard is like depriving yourself of air Each sentence glitters with intelligence The rhythm, the poise, the vocabulary, the imagery are all perfect He has a fine sense of character and there is passion beneath his hard, cynical edge But as the book goes along it...

  3. After enjoyingHigh Riseso much, we went on a bit of a spending spree and bought several Ballard novels to follow it up In part because it was recently the work book club choice although I m not actually a memberCocaine Nightswas the first one out of the pile As with High Rise this is the tale of something we think we know, British ex pats moving to Spain, but somehow corrupted beyond our expectations by some trigger event With High Rise it was the loss of power with Cocaine Nights After enjoyingHigh Riseso much, we went on a bit of a spending spree and bought several Ballard novels to ...

  4. All My Ideas Run to CrimeI ve always enjoyed J G Ballard s novels in the past, but this one lost me about three quarters of the way through.Ballard was prescient about the world of the future in his fiction However, once the premise of this novel resolved into how the expatriate British, French, Swiss and German residents of gated communities on the idyllic Mediterranean coast of Spain turned to crime hard drugs, both taking and dealing, prostitution and pornography to overcome their leisure All My Idea...

  5. Before reading this, I read a lot of reviews about it and most of them said that yes, it starts well and the pace picks up a bit, but then, some 80 pages in, it starts to lose it Like the author just ran out of fuel and decided to take the flight without it They were sorta right Its beginning is really nice and you get the feeling that this is going to be such an amazing story and wow how much fun you re gonna get. but then there s no enthusiasm any It s just. gone This Estrella De Before reading this, I read a lot of reviews about it and most of them said tha...

  6. This will be the first of three reviews that center around a world that has lost its moral and ethical compass I didn t plan this as a reading theme, but it came up Of the three, this is probably the most realistic not hard when the other two are G.K Chesterton s The Man Who Was Thursday, and C.S Lewis That Hideous Strength, and also th...

  7. Okay, let s look at this Marc Bolan recorded Dandy In the Underworld which had lyrics which referred to cocaine nights then died in a car crash because his usual Rolls was loaned out to Hawkwind, an offshoot band project of sci fi author Michael Moorc...

  8. A house fire in the upmarket British expat enclave of Estrella de Mar on the Costa del Sol results in five deaths Frank Prentice, the manager of the popular Club Nautico, pleads guilty and is charged with murder, but no one believes he committed the crime, not even the police Frank s brother Charles travels from the U.K to investigate the crime and find the culprit Charles discovers that Bobby Crawford, Estrella de Mar s amoral and charismatic head tennis coach, is the orchestrator of a soci A house fire in the upmarket British expat enclave of Estrella de Mar on the Costa del Sol results in five deaths Frank Prentice, the manager of the popular Club Nautico, pleads guilty and is charged with murder, but no one believes he committed the crime, not even the police Frank s brother Charles travels from the U.K to investigate the crime and find the culprit Charles discovers that Bobby Crawford, Estrella de Mar s amoral and charismatic head tennis coach, is the orchestrator of a society rampant with crime, drugs and adultery Over time Charles becomes increasingly immersed in resort life and less concerned with his brother s plight.Cocaine Nights is ...

  9. The sheer existence of such a publication proves that 1 If there is a God, She is a cruel sadist who makes readers pick up books with funky titles on the weight of the sheer hype of the author and that the book had been actually shortlisted for numerous prizes, before bludgeoning them the reader with the most ridiculous plots, the most clich phrases, the most flat and or plagiarized characters, and the worst command of the English language coupled with scaling walls with fingernails awful wr The sheer existence of such a publication proves that 1 If there is a God, She is a cruel sadist who makes readers pick up books with funky titles on the weight of the sheer hype of the author and that the book had been actually shortlisted for numerous prizes, before bludgeoning them the reader with the most ridiculous plots, the most clich phrases, the most flat and or plagiarized characters, and the worst command of the English language coupled with scaling walls with fingernails awful writing ...

  10. Definitely feel the need to justify this rating, and my disappointment with Ballard who feels like a writers writer in general Got pretty far into a review using John Updike s nexus of critique, but then the internet happened, and GR decided to erase it all I ll try and replace the loss soonish.Update Firstly, I m planning to read The Drowned World, and I listened to My Dream of Flying to Wake Island on The Guardian s fiction podcast, but beyond that this novel is my first foray into Ball Definitely feel the need to justify this rating, and my disappointment with Ballard who feels like a writers writer in general Got pretty far into a review using John Updike s nexus of critique, but then the internet happened, and GR decided to erase it all I ll try and replace the loss soonish.Update Firstly, I m planning to read The Drowned World, and I listened to My Dream of Flying to Wake Island on The Guardian s fiction podcast, but beyond that this novel is my first foray into Ballardian territory Wouldn t have been my optimal choice, but it s available for free on the avant garde storehouse UbuWeb, adapted from cassette The book starts out as a pretty generic crime thriller, involving a murder of in tropic island paradise Estrella del Mar The narrator, a travel journalist whose brother has inexplicably copped to the crime, investigates what turns out to be a far deeper conspiracy than he d suspected It stretches out for a long time, and it do...